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I discovered this forum while looking for advice on solving a first order nonlinear differential equation.

The equation I am trying to solve is

dy/dx=(3ay+3bx^2y^2)/(3x-bx^3y)

a and b are constants. The equation is not exact, nor is it homogeneous. I have failed to separate the variables by factoring. So the usual methods don't work.

Any help or advice will be appreciated.

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# Nonlinear first order DE

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