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posted by kayla .
hi i need to know how to do this one
thanks
Find the solution to yx + x + (dy/dx) = 0 ; y(9) = 9
y = ????
Does this separate the variables?
dy/dx=x(y+1)
dy/(y+1) = x dx
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