# Solve the following differential equation: ((ydx+xdy))/((1-x^2y^2))+xdx=0

Solve the following differential equation: $\frac{\left(ydx+xdy\right)}{\left(1-{x}^{2}{y}^{2}\right)}+xdx=0$
Is there any way I can get this into the form of a separable, Bernoulli, exact, or any other form of differential equation that is easy to solve?
Solve the following differential equation:
$\frac{\left(ydx+xdy\right)}{\left(1-{x}^{2}{y}^{2}\right)}+xdx=0$
can someone show me the procedure to simplify or convert this differential equation into a form that is easy to solve?
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Hint:
Let $xy=u$ and solve
$\int \frac{du}{1-{u}^{2}}=-\int xdx$
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