So then if you take the integral of y(x) dy = x dy, you get y^2 = xy.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

But if x is a function of y, that means the equation is y(x)dy = x(y) dy, which gives you y^2 = X(y), where X is the integral of of x(y) dy?

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# I If y is a function of x, then x is also function of y?

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