Richard P. answered • 06/30/18

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Assuming that the first item was 1/(6 x) , this differential equation can be easily solved by the method of separation of variables.

Rewrite it as : dy/ y = 6x sqrt(3 x

^{2}-1) dxIntegrate both sides

ln(y ) =(2/3) (3 x

^{2}-1)^{3/2}+CThen y = A exp( (2/3) (3 x

^{2}-1)^{3/2})Where A is a constant of integration