I will love forever whoever can show me the steps of how to get the following equation in terms of y=[...] This is not a homework question. I have a calculus book that has given me some progress, such as expanding the equation to a mixture of terms and first order partial derivatives, and I know to hold all other variables constant when getting a partial derivative, but I clearly don't understand how to do it right because my work doesn't agree with the answers in the textbook, and it seems like there might be more than one answer from what the textbook seems to say. I am really confused. My mom is a math tutor and she is having trouble with it. I really hope someone comes through for me.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Thanks,

Jake

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# Trying to get this PDE in terms of 'y'

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