1. y' + y = x y2/3 2. The problem states we need to solve this ODE by using the method of integrating factors. Every example I found on the internet involving this method was of the form: y' + Py = Q Where P and Q are functions of x only. In the problem I was given however, Q is a function of both x and y. If I try to proceed with the method I end up with: (d/dx) ex y = x ex y2/3 Annnnd that's where I'm stuck. Am I missing something here or was this problem incorrectly assigned?