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## Homework Statement

Solve The following Equations:

2(y+3)dx-xydy=0

(x

^{2}-xy+y

^{2})dx - xydy=0 use following assumption y=vx

xy

^{3}+e

^{x2}dy=0

## The Attempt at a Solution

I am still a novice at diff eqs but here is what I got on the first one:

After seperating it I ended up with

(dx/x)=(ydy)/(2y+6) Then I get stuck with integrating the side with the Y

For the other two I believe they can not be separated and I am not sure what to do when this is the case