Howdy, I've read this forum for some time, however this is my first post. I am attempting to solve this ODE. I am looking to find an integrating factor, then solve. I have attached the link to the problem set if my input here is ambiguous. Number 4d. Thank you kindly for any help you might lend.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

(2x^2)+y+((x^2)*y)-x)dy/dx=0

My reasoning takes me as far as the integrating factor being exp(int( ? )dx)

https://people.creighton.edu/%7Elwn70714/DE_Assignments/DE%20Assignment%202%20PDF.pdf [Broken]

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# Homework Help: Integrating factor

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