Differential equation (dy/dx) +x^2 = x^2*e^(3y), Mathematics

The general solution of the differential equation (dy/dx) +x^2 = x^2*e^(3y).

Solution)(dy/dx) +x^2 = x^2*e^(3y)

dy/dx=x2(e3y-1)

x2dx=dy/(e3y-1)

this is an elementary, variables separable equation

 

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