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I've got a linear DE here,

[tex] (x + 4y^2) dy + 2y dx =0 [/tex]

I've tried to put it in the general form of a linear equation, and I would get,

[tex] \frac {dy}{dx} + \frac {2y}{x+4y^2} = 0 [/tex]

but I have problems isolating the x, so that I would get the [tex] P(x) [/tex] in the general form.

[tex] (x + 4y^2) dy + 2y dx =0 [/tex]

I've tried to put it in the general form of a linear equation, and I would get,

[tex] \frac {dy}{dx} + \frac {2y}{x+4y^2} = 0 [/tex]

but I have problems isolating the x, so that I would get the [tex] P(x) [/tex] in the general form.

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