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It depends on the type of equation. There are lots of different ways to do it.

For Differential Equations after calculus or for derivatives?

well I guess it would be after calculus but this is the eqn \[dy/dt=-5y^2+3uy+6u^2\]

yikes well too bad I have it as an assignment question :P thanks though

dy/dt? there are ys on the right side?

good catch but the question given has dy/dt though, i'm guessing prof made a mistake :)

sorry just realized both u and y are a function of t, should be y(t) and u(t)