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I just solved a differential equation and got the problem down to its implicit solution:

y/√(1+y^{2}) = x^{3}+C where C is an arbitrary constant

My question now is, how can I solve for y? I can't get past the algebra. Thanks!

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# Homework Help: End of differential equation, quick alegbra Q

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