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# Find the general solution of each of the following differential equations:

(1 – x^{2})(1 – y) dx = xy (1 + y) dy

Answer :

Integrating on both the sides,

LHS:

RHS:

Add and subtract 1 in numerators of both LHS and RHS,

By the identity,

Splitting the terms,

Integrating,

Therefore the solution of the given differential equation is

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