# Explicit differential equations Find all solutions of differential equation y'^{2}-(x+y)y'+xy=0?

Reginald Metcalf 2022-01-22 Answered
Explicit differential equations
Find all solutions of differential equation
${y}^{\prime 2}-\left(x+y\right){y}^{\prime }+xy=0$?
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## Expert Answer

Ella Williams
Answered 2022-01-22 Author has 28 answers
Your second equation is not ${y}^{\prime }=0$ as you write in the question, but ${y}^{\prime }-y=0$, in other words ${y}^{\prime }=y$. This has the well-known solution $y={C}_{2}{e}^{x}$.
So now you have the solutions $y=\frac{{x}^{2}}{2}+{C}_{1}$ and $y={C}_{2}{e}^{x}$. Now, for the most difficult part of the trick, you need to find all ways to glue intervals of these solutions together so the derivative matches across the glue point ... which means (consult the differential equations again!) that the gluing point(s) has to lie on the line $x=y$.
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Stella Calderon
Answered 2022-01-23 Author has 35 answers

The second part is $y-y=0⇒y=y⇒y={C}_{2}{e}^{x}$

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