Hi guys tryin to study for a pde exam and cannot solve this question(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Find a general solution of the equation

exp(-x)dz/dx+{/y(squared)}dz/dy=exp(x)yz

(ii) Solve the Cauchy problem, i.e. find the integral surface of this equation

passing through the curve .

y = ex/3 , z = e .

Calculate the partial derivatives of the solution z(x, y) of the Cauchy problem you found and show that it satisfies the partial differential equation.

Help would be greatly appreachated

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# PDE cauchy question

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