eliminate h & k in the given differential equation. 2(-2y - h) dy + 2(-x/2 - k) dx = 0

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eliminate h & k in the given differential equation. 2(-2y - h) dy + 2(-x/2 - k) dx = 0

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is this one of your tricks?
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I would love to, but I can't remember anything from this section :(
carry out the differention
you can separate the y's and x's by subtracting and integrate, i believe.
how?
but I'm not sure about the h and k. :( sorry.
i dont know how the h and k are to be eliminated but if you separate and integrate you get something like an ellipse with center (-2k,h/2) (x+2k)^2 + (y-h/2)^2 = (h^2+4k^2)/4

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