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Lindsayyyy

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## Homework Statement

[tex] y'=(y-x)^{2}[/tex]

## Homework Equations

## The Attempt at a Solution

I have nearly no idea in order to solve this solution. One hint is given: We shall find a new variable which makes it possible to separate the differential equation afterwards.

I'm not sure what's meant by "new variable". Shall I just find something cmpletly new, like let's call it z, or an addition like +x or *x etc.(just for example, I know this specific example doesn't work)?

Thank you for your help