Solve the differential equation {eq}\frac{dy}{d \theta} =\frac{ e^y \sin^2 \theta}{y \sec \theta}{/eq}

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Solve the differential equation {eq}\frac{dy}{d \theta} =\frac{ e^y \sin^2 \theta}{y \sec \theta}{/eq}

Differential equation:

The equation has given in the form of differentials known as differential equations. Separate the same variables then, integrate the equations. The degree of the equation is one, then the degree of the solution will also be one. The integral formula we use here shown below:

{eq}\int u. v dx = (u . \int vdx-\int( (\frac{\mathrm{d} u}{\mathrm{d} x})\int vdx)dx) {/eq}.

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Given a function {eq}\frac{dy}{d \theta} =\frac{ e^y \sin^2 \theta}{y \sec \theta} {/eq}.

Separate the variable then, integrate them.

{eq}\int y....

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