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OpenStudy (anonymous):

cos(x)(e^(3y) - y) dy + (e^(2y))sin(2x) dx = 0 how do i even begin to solve this? which approach? separable?

OpenStudy (shadowfiend):

Seen in chat: Hoovie: i think i got it, it is separable, and the side differentiable by x can be done by doing a double angle formula and the other side im working on

OpenStudy (anonymous):

hi spaceknight

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