1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Find the general and singular solutions of the following DE: [itex]x^2 (y')^2-2(xy-4)y'+y^2=0[/itex]. 2. Relevant equations Not sure. A friend of mine told me it's a Clairaut's equation but I couldn't even reduce the given one into a Clairaut's equation. [itex]y(x)=xy'+f(y')[/itex] 3. The attempt at a solution Literally stuck on starting. I checked out for the homogeneity of the DE but it's not. Maybe Bernoulli can come into action... but I'm not sure. Any tip is greatly appreciated, as usual.