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Part of solving a differential equation involves integrating M(x,y) with respect to x, where M(x,y) = x + tan

^{-1}(y). What are the steps to integrating the arctan portion?

[tex]\int[/tex] tan

^{-1}(y) dx

Thank you.

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Part of solving a differential equation involves integrating M(x,y) with respect to x, where M(x,y) = x + tan

[tex]\int[/tex] tan

Thank you.

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If I'm not mistaken, it should just be tan^{-1}(y) * x

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hi lolallday! welcome to pf!

i agree with

a function of y does not depend on x, so it integrates (and differentiates) as a constant

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If I'm not mistaken, it should just be tan^{-1}(y) * x

+ C :tongue:

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