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could anyone help me in the linearization of the following non linear non-homogeneous ODE?

A*dy/dt+B*y^(4)=C

where A, B and C are constants. y is a function of t. is it possible to reduce this equation to a Riccati equation? do you know any analytical, approximate or not, methods to solve the equation?

thanks in advance

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# Linearization of nonlinear non homogenous ODE

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