# SOLUTION: Question: Find the definite solution of the following differential equation xy= y^2, if y(1) = -1. Thank-you in advance & Cheers.

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 Question 397773: Question: Find the definite solution of the following differential equation xy= y^2, if y(1) = -1. Thank-you in advance & Cheers.Answer by robertb(4012)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Your equation is not a differential equation. Retransmit with the right DE and we'll look at it. The differential equation would be an equation that contains the derivative or the differentials dx and dy. There's none of those in your equation. You do have a boundary value condition though. (y(1) = -1)