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if the differential equation dy/dx= y-2y^2 has a solution curve y=f(x) contianing point (0, 0.25) , then the limit as x approaches infinity of f(x) is

a)no limit

b. 0

c. 0.25

d. 0.5

e. 2

i usually just separate the variables and find f(x) then take the limit, but i cant seem to find f(x) b/c it would require the integral of 1/(y-2y^2)

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# Finding the limit and a differential equation

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