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I was working on this problem regarding separable equations and could not solve it..

dy/dx = ay+b/cy+d

My work:

I reorganized the equation to become dy(cy+d/ay+b) = dx

integrating both sides, you get the integral of (cy+d/ay+b) and dx which is a constant k.

I'm pretty sure that the cy+d/ay+b integration requires long division...but I forgot how to do long division.

I would really appreciate help with this problem~

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