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Solve the given initial value problem by using the method of exactness.

xy dx+(2x^{2}+3y^{2}-20)dy=0, y(0)=1

Step 1

First identify M and N and check that the differential equation is exact.

Step 2

Hence, the given equation is not exact, then we can find the integrating factor and multiply the integrating factor and make it exact differential equation.

Step 3

By multiplying the integrating factor, the solution become exact,...

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