classify the equation: (x)dy/dx + xy = 1-y linear, nonlinear, separable,exact, homogeneous, or one that requires an integration factor?
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You need to solve the exact differential equation, hence you should divide by x both sides to preserve the equation such that:
`dy/dx + y = (1-y)/x`
You need to keep `dy/dx` to the left side, hence you need to subtract y both sides:
`(dy)/dx = (1-y)/x - y =gt dy/dx = (1-y - xy)/x`
You need to multiply by dx both sides such...
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