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Here is a link to the question:Show that the given equation is not exact and find the right integrating factor to make this equation exact?Show that the given equation is not exact and find the right integrating factor to make this equation exact (Hint : this integrating factor μ(y) is a function of y only).

Then solve the equation (you can leave the constant of integration for ψ under its integral form).

y+(2x−ye^y)y′ =0

Correct answer is μ = y

(y^2)x − integral of (y^2)e^y dy=c

I need a step by step answer please..

Show that the given equation is not exact and find the right integrating factor to make this equation exact? - Yahoo! Answers

I have posted a link there to this topic so the OP can find my response.