I need to put this general solution to a differential in the following form:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

My solution is in the form (-x^3)(y^(-1)) + (x^2)y = C

It needs to be in the form y = (x^(-2))[c+-((c^2) + x^5)^(1/2)]

I've been noodling around with it for a while and it's not working out for me. Does anyone something I can factor out or multiply by that will put it into a friendlier form?

Thanks.

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