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## Homework Statement

solve the following differential equation

(y')

^{2}+x

^{3}y'-2x

^{2}y=0

## Homework Equations

non

## The Attempt at a Solution

i cant seem to find any way to solve it...

could someone give me a hint pls.!

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- Thread starter seto6
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solve the following differential equation

(y')

non

i cant seem to find any way to solve it...

could someone give me a hint pls.!

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Some misleading title you have there: "**simple** differential equation..." :)

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Mark44

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## Homework Statement

solve the following differential equation

(y')^{2}+x^{3}y'-2x^{2}y=0

## Homework Equations

non

## The Attempt at a Solution

i cant seem to find any way to solve it...

could someone give me a hint pls.!

You're sure that you have given us the correct differential equation, right?

If it were y'

Or if you had y'

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fzero

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I seem to find a solution of the form y = a x^{b}, so try that. There's another of the form y = m x^{n} + k too.

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