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Cheetablaze
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need a hug?
gerryliyana
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what is the solution of
\[\frac{ 1 }{ (x+y)^{2} + 1 } dx + (1 +\frac{ 1 }{ (x+y)^{2} +1 }) dy = 0\]
(exact differential equations)
is the answer F = arctan (x+y) +y
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gerryliyana
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any idea???
Haleyyy
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no idea...
gerryliyana
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ok.., never mind @Haleyyy :D
Haleyyy
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haha i'm sorry i'm not the smartest! :D
Libniz
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yes, you integrate both of them ; taking comon term once so yeah, you are right
gerryliyana
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@Haleyyy No problem :D
@Libniz : thank u Libniz :D