Hi, can anybody help me with this differential equation? (px-y)(py-x)=a^2*p, where p=y'. I tried to solve it by expliciting the two solutions for y as functions of p and x and then derive, in order to obtain two first order differential equations in p but these are impossible to solve. I also tried to find the singular solution of the equation but it turned out that there is not a singular solution! I really don't know what to do, can anybody help me? Thank you in advance :)(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Help with first order second degree diff. eq.

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