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How would you intergrate (X+Y)-2.dy/dx =1
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I'll help.

It's spelt "integration".
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(Original post by Righteouss)
How would you intergrate (X+Y)-2.dy/dx =1
is this \dfrac{dy}{dx}(x+y)^2=1?
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is this \dfrac{dy}{dx}(x+y)^2=1?
Yh, but dont worry ive got it.
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Yh, but dont worry ive got it.
Cool, did you let v=y+x?
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Cool, did you let v=y+x?
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It actually \dfrac{dy}{dx}(x+y)-2=1
But i made V=(Y+X)2
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