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## Homework Statement

y' = 2xy/(x^2-y^2)

answer: Cy = x^2 + y^2

## Homework Equations

## The Attempt at a Solution

dy/dx = 2xy/(x^2-y^2)

dy = [2xy/(x^2-y^2)]dx

how do i separate the variables?

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In summary, differential equations are equations that relate a function to its derivatives and are used to describe the relationship between a quantity and its change over time or in relation to other variables. Integrating a differential equation allows us to find a function that represents the behavior of a system or process and understand how it changes over time. There are several methods for integrating a differential equation, such as separation of variables, substitution, and using an integrating factor. Initial conditions, which are known values at a specific point in time, can greatly impact the integration process and the resulting solution. Differential equations have many real-world applications in fields such as science and engineering, where they are used to model and predict various systems and processes, including population dynamics, fluid mechanics, and

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y' = 2xy/(x^2-y^2)

answer: Cy = x^2 + y^2

dy/dx = 2xy/(x^2-y^2)

dy = [2xy/(x^2-y^2)]dx

how do i separate the variables?

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A differential equation is an equation that relates a function to its derivatives. It is used to describe the relationship between a quantity and how it changes over time or in relation to other variables.

Integrating a differential equation allows us to find a function that satisfies the equation and represents the behavior of the system or process being studied. It helps us understand how the system or process changes over time.

There are several methods for integrating a differential equation, including separation of variables, substitution, and using an integrating factor. The choice of method depends on the type and complexity of the equation.

Initial conditions are values that are known at a specific point in time, and they are used to find the particular solution to a differential equation. These conditions can significantly affect the integration process and the resulting solution.

Yes, differential equations are used in many fields of science and engineering to model and predict various systems and processes. Some examples include population dynamics, fluid mechanics, and electrical circuits.

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