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does anyone know how to solve the following first-order non-linear differential equation,

a * y' + b * y^2 + c = 0

where a,b,c are scalar constant values.

Thanks!

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does anyone know how to solve the following first-order non-linear differential equation,

a * y' + b * y^2 + c = 0

where a,b,c are scalar constant values.

Thanks!

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It is separable.

Rewrite it as:

[tex]\frac{ay'}{by^{2}+c}=-1[/tex]

Rewrite it as:

[tex]\frac{ay'}{by^{2}+c}=-1[/tex]

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could u show me how?

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ok, thanks

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