dy/dx = (1+y^2) * e^x .

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To solve the given expression, we'll re-write it:

dy = [(1 + y^2) * e^x]*dx

Now, we'll have to integrate both sides, to calculate y:

Int dy = Int [(1 + y^2) * e^x]*dx

We'll integrate with respect to x, to the right side of the equation, so the sum 1 + y^2 will be considered as a constant:

y = (1 + y^2)*Int e^x dx

We'll divide by (1 + y^2):

y/(1 + y^2) = e^x + C

y = e^x + y^2*e^x + C + Cy^2

y^2(C + e^x) - y + e^x + C= 0

The equation has solutions if it' discriminant is positive or zero:

delta = b^2 - 4ac

a = C + e^x

b = -1

c = e^x + C

delta = 1 - 4(e^x + C)^2

delta>0

1 - 4(e^x + C)^2>0

4(e^x + C)^2 < 1

(e^x + C)^2 < 1/4

e^x + C < +/- 1/2

e^x < C + 1/2

ln e^x < ln(C+/- 1/2)

x < ln (C+/- 1/2)

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