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Which method can we use to solve the differential equation below?

dy/dx= 1/(xy+x^2y^3)

It doesn't seem to be of any form which I had studied before(linear differential equations,bernoulli,exact differential,homogeneous,seperable equations) for first order differential equations yet it appeared in one of out past examination questions

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# Which method to use?

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