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```				   The soln of the dfferential eqn   2x dy/dx - y  = 3 represents
(a) straight line      (b) circle    (c) parabola       (d) ellipse

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```										Dear Sanchit
2x dy/dx - y  = 3
2xdy/dx =y+3
2 dy/(y+3) =dx /x
2ln(y+3) =ln x +lnc
(y+3)2 =cx
this is equation of parabola

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