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Solve the first order differential equation using any acceptable method.

(6x+1)y^{2} dy/dx+3x^{2}+2y^{3}=0, y(0)=1

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Step 1

Given the differential equation is

Now separate the variables as follows

Step 2

Then,

Step 3

Then take partial differentiation,

Hence th...

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