Posted by **Eren** on Friday, October 11, 2013 at 5:09am.

Solve: dy = [2+(y-2x+3)^0.5]dx

The answer in the book is 4(y - 2x + 3) = x^2 + C, but I don't know how to solve.

I've tried solving, but this ODE is not exact, nor homogeneous and I don't think the method of integrating factors apply either.

Please help. Thanks in advance.

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