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Solve the differential equation (1 + y2e2x) y′ + y = 0

Consider the differential equation

    \[ (1+y^2 e^{2x})y' + y = 0. \]

Make a change of variable y = ue^{mx} where u is a function of x and m is a constant and solve the differential equation.


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