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It is in the context of..."the differential equation [tex] y' = F(\frac{y}{x}) [/tex] can be solved dadadadada........"

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It is in the context of..."the differential equation [tex] y' = F(\frac{y}{x}) [/tex] can be solved dadadadada........"

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For example, if you have the equation y' = x + 2, there is no way to write the right-hand side as a function of y/x. Writing it as y' = x*(y/x)*(y/x)^(-1) + 2 still includes x independently, so whatever follows that sentence in your book will not work for this type of equation.

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