i have two problem

1- (-3x+2y)dy=(x-2y)dx

2- y*dy= - (y+cos x ) dx

pleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeezzzzzzzzzz help me quiqly

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SammyS
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What have you tried?

Where are you stuck?

i can not seprate the variables

if posible plese solve it for me

also when i seprat the viaribles big proplem for integration

LCKurtz
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For the first one try y = ux, dy = udx + xdu.

i try but integration is deficlult

pleas help

LCKurtz
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For the first one try y = ux, dy = udx + xdu.
i try but integration is deficlult
pleas help
You need to show us what you have done so we can see where you are having a problem.

SammyS
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i try but integration is deficlult
At least, show what you have.

how u can take integration for both side

x2 dx2+(x2+ cos x1 ) dx1=0 take integration plese help

Math Is Hard
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Note: moved to Homework and Coursework Questions forum where this should have been posted.

Mark44
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if posible plese solve it for me
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