I have the specific first order non-linear differential equation as shown below:

$\frac{d\mathrm{\Omega}}{d\theta}-M(\theta )\frac{1}{I\mathrm{\Omega}}=\frac{D}{I}$

Where D and I are constants. And $M(\theta )=A\cdot \mathrm{sin}(2\theta )+B$, where A and B are constants. Could anyone advice me if this is solvable, and if so, what are the steps I should take?

$\frac{d\mathrm{\Omega}}{d\theta}-M(\theta )\frac{1}{I\mathrm{\Omega}}=\frac{D}{I}$

Where D and I are constants. And $M(\theta )=A\cdot \mathrm{sin}(2\theta )+B$, where A and B are constants. Could anyone advice me if this is solvable, and if so, what are the steps I should take?