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dy/dx = - (3yx^(2) + y^(2)) / (2x^(3) + 3xy)

I've tried finding an integrating factor in order to make it exact, but I don't know what to do with this.

The answer is given as x^(3)y^(2) + xy^(3) = c

I'm so confused.

I separated it and found My and Nx. I've also tried finding an integrating factor, but it isn't a function of 'xy'.

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# Homework Help: How to solve this First Order Differential Equation?

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