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The given can be written as Pdx +Qdy=0
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It is not exact because Py-Qx=4y-2x^2
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→I•F=1/x^2
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Then p/x^2 dx+Q/x2 dy=0 is exact
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And du_= P/x^2 dx+Q/x^2 dy=0
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→ u(x,y)=c
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æu/æy=x-2y/x
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→u=w(x)+xy-y^2/x →(1)
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æu/æx=w'(x)+y+y^2/x^2_=y+y^2/x^2
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→w(x)=x →(1)
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(1),(2)→y^x-y^2/x+x=c with y(1)=2
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Therefore y^2-x^2•y-x(x+1)=0
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Solving in respect of Y with Determinant
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D=x^4+4x•(x+1)=(x^2+2)^2
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The solutions are: y={-1upper, x^2+1 lower
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