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cos(x)+y^2+(2yx-1)y'=0

I can't separate the variables (it's not homogeneous, either), this isn't exact and bernoulli won't work...

dy/dx=-cos(x)/(2yx-1)-y^2/(2yx-1)

I changed the equation so it would look like this but I can't simplify it any more than that and I can't just take the integral of it here...If anyone could give me some help with this problem it would be much appreciated. Thanks!

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# First Order, Non-Linear DE - Not Seperable

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