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As you can see here, there are two formulae given for homogeneous equation, 18.5 and 18.6. The form of the homogeneous differential equation I have encountered often so far is the 18.5 one. I see for 18.6 form, we have to take v=xy instead of v=y/x as was the case for the 18.5.
While solving ODE the main problem is realize which form of the equation we are working with, i.e. if the equation is separable, exact or what else. Other than a lot of practice, , is there any other way to judge the form of equation quickly?
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