what is the solution of-

( xy sinxy+ cosxy)ydx+(xysinxy-cosxy)xdy=0

2 years ago


Answers : (1)


Dear Rupali,

Just rearrange the terms to get ,

(xy sinxy + cosxy)y/ (xysinxy - cosxy)x = dy/dx

then substitute xy by z,

Thus you will get your answer.

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