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find singular solution:

y = x(dx/dy) - (1/4)(dy/dx)^4

2. Relevant equations

3. The attempt at a solution

ok i let dy/dx = p and ended up with:

y = xc - (1/4)c^4

and my professor says i got that much correct but apparently i didnt find the formula for singular solution. what am i supposed to do now? i thought that was the formula but i guess not

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# Homework Help: Singular solution

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