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For the following Differential Equation, identify the type(separable, linear, exact, homogeneous, Bernoulli), then obtain a general solution with DERIVE

(2x+y+1)y'=1

2. Relevant equations

3. The attempt at a solution

I'm fairly certain that this is not a homogeneous or exact, but I cannot figure out which other form it could fit with.

I thought possibly linear, but only ended up with y' - 1/(2x+y+1)=0. I don't think p(x) can contain y so that would not fit the linear form. I think I need to rearrange some terms but I'm not entirely sure.

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# Homework Help: Identifying the type/form for a Differential Equation

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