2x+y+(dy/dx)x=3y^2(dy/dx)(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

This is wrong:

(dy/dx)(x-3y^2)=-2x-y

This is right:

2x+y=(3y^2-x)(dy/dx)

Can someone please explain why.

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# Homework Help: Solve 2x + y + y' x = 3y^2 y', why is this wrong?

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