I know that this differential equation is not separable, but is there a way to solve it?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

dy/dx=y+x

I've tried a substitution of y=vx:

(dv/dx)x+v=x+vx

(dv/dx)x=x+vx-v

dv/dx=1+v-(v/x)

I'm stuck trying to rewrite that as a product of v and x.

Any help is appreciated!

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# Nonseparable Differential Equation

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