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Solve the following differential equation:

y' = (y/x) + (2x^3Cos(x^2)/y).

2. Relevant equations

3. The attempt at a solution

You certainly can't separate variables here and you can't put it in the form in which you can find the integrating factor. This is not a Bernoulli equation and neither can it be solved by the y/x = z substitution. I am completely stumped!! Please help.

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# Homework Help: First Order Differential Equations

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