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I'm doing a maths uni pre course with some questions on differentiation and integration.

I'm looking for a few pointers on how to proceed.

I need to solve:

dy/dx=(cos(3x))/(2-sin(3x)) when y=2 and x=0

Can anyone help with how I'm meant to approach this and how I go about actually integrating the equation. Its been some time since I've done things like this and the information I have is not very easy to understand.

Many thanks

Bob

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# Initial-Value Problem Integration Question

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