Solve: xdy/dx=1-y^2

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Solve: xdydx=1y2
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xdydx=1y2
cross-multiply to get,
11y2dy=1xdx
integrate both sides,
11y2dy=1xdx
atanh(y)=ln(Ax)
y=tanh(ln(Ax))
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