I'm a HS senior, and have never covered differential equations outside a CalculusII curriculum. This is not homework, rather only a part (just one part!) of an interesting problem I posed myself (for myself) one day:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

How would I solve for [tex]y(x)[/tex] from :shy::

[tex]\frac{{dy}}{{dy}} = \frac{x}{{f - y + \sqrt {x^2 + \left( {f - y} \right)^2 } }} [/tex]

where "f" is a constant

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# Simple ODE, cannot figure out a Way to solve

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