Is $(2x+y)dx-xdy=0$ a separable differential equation?

I was given the following differential equation in an assignment the other day:

$(2x+y)dx-xdy=0$

The problem specified to solve the equation using the method of separation of variables. My problem was setting the integral, I tried multiple manipulations with but nothing seemed to work. So, I have to ask can this equation be solved using separation of variables?

I was given the following differential equation in an assignment the other day:

$(2x+y)dx-xdy=0$

The problem specified to solve the equation using the method of separation of variables. My problem was setting the integral, I tried multiple manipulations with but nothing seemed to work. So, I have to ask can this equation be solved using separation of variables?