Hello all, I'm having a hard time with this:
y'-y/2x=xsin(x/y) ... it seems an homogeneus with z=x/y sostitutions but it don't works. Any idea?

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\[y'-\frac{y}{2x}=x\sin\frac{x}{y}~~?\]

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