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Do you know how to use integrating factor?

In that case I would just multiply everything by e^(integral (p) dx). Does that work on this too?

Ah wait do I need to do reduction of order to get it in the right form?

Oh wait, give me a few minutes. I'm not sure if it applies here.

okay thank you. I appreciate it because I am definitely lost :/.

hmm... okay so I did find an answer key to the question but I am still not sure how the professor solved this. Apparently the answer is y2=x-1 but I am still trying to figure out what she did.

Does this make sense now?

haha... okay... well, if it works on the exam, I won't question it lol.

:)

Thanks for the help :). Good luck with your studies as well. Hopefully we can help eachother out :p

You are very welcome! And hopefully :P