I am not too familiar with differential equations but am familiar with basic calculus, I came across this equation trying to describe a particular function:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

dy/dx =((sqrt((y-x)^2+y^2)-abs(y))/(y-x))*abs(y)/y

Anyway I tried to separate the variables unsuccessfully and using v(x)=y(x)/x with no success, I really tried and couldn't solve it, so some insight would be appreciated. I tried restricting y to be positive, still without a breakthrough. Sorry if it's confusing, can't figure out the math format.

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# Solution to nonlinear ODE with radicals

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