Hi all. I need some help here. I want to know, how can one differentiate or identify a type of a differential equation (like exact, variable separable form, reducible to variable separable form, homogenous, non-homogenous form). Please don’t suggest more practice. Are there any tricks to aid the identification?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Note: I am relatively new to DE.

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# Types of DE

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