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Particular Integral calculation

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1. Homework Statement

I was wondering,how do you calculate the particular integral for a differential equation that satisfies a given equation?

2. Homework Equations

For example an equation like this: (dy/dx)*squareroot of x - squareroot of y= x*square root of y where the values of x and y are: (x,y)=(9.4)

3. The Attempt at a Solution

I tried to solve this equation using the separated variables theorem but I dn't know what to do next!
 

Hurkyl

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Well, we can't tell you what to do next if you don't tell us where you got stuck!
 
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This's my attempt to the solution(see attachment)
 

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