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enkrypt0r

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Thanks for clicking!

So, I've got a problem here that I'm stuck on. I need to find the general solution to

y' = (y

I found this to be

ln|y| + (3/(y+3)) - ln|y+3| = x + c

but I would appreciate it if you would check my work. Anywho, once I have the general solution I need to solve it for y(2) = -3. Obviously, plugging -3 in for y creates a problem in the second and third terms above.

Is there a way to rewrite the general solution or solve it in such a way that it won't contain any undefined terms when evaluated like it does now?

Thanks guys.

So, I've got a problem here that I'm stuck on. I need to find the general solution to

y' = (y

^{3}+ 6y^{2}+ 9y)/9I found this to be

ln|y| + (3/(y+3)) - ln|y+3| = x + c

but I would appreciate it if you would check my work. Anywho, once I have the general solution I need to solve it for y(2) = -3. Obviously, plugging -3 in for y creates a problem in the second and third terms above.

Is there a way to rewrite the general solution or solve it in such a way that it won't contain any undefined terms when evaluated like it does now?

Thanks guys.

**EDIT:**Shoot, sorry for the non-descriptive title. I accidentally clicked post before finishing it. I meant it to say "[Calc II] Initial Value Problem / Differential Equation." My bad.
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