Hi there, I was working on two of my homework problems for calculus and I'm stuck. First equation is: dy/dx=e^(x+y), solving for y So far here is what I have: dy/dx=(e^x)(e^y) therefore dy/dx=(e^x)/(1/e^y) INT(1/e^y)dy=INT(e^x)dx from the integration, my calculator comes up with -e^-y=e^x, and now I'm stuck second equation is: dy/dx=x/(1+2y) So far here is what I have: INT(1+2y)dy=INT(x)dx from that, I get y^2+y=(x^2)/x + C which leads to y(y+1)=(x^2)/x + C now I'm stuck here too. Please help, I feel bad posting a question as my first post, but any help would be awesome. This assignment isn't due for a week so I'm kinda in a hurry but not. Thanks guys!