John B.

asked • 08/04/17

solve the differential equation dy/dx = (r√(x^2+y^2) + by) / bx, for y. The hint is to let v = y/x

By letting v = y/x, transform the differential equation to a
differential equation in v and x. Find the implicit solution of the resulting separable
equation. Then use the relationship y = xv to obtain

y+√(x^2+y^2) = x^(k+1)

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Andy C.

Please accept My apologies for mistaking by and bx for dy and dx respectively,
thinking they were a typos.
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