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Differential equation - has y^2 [Solved!]

My question

I am seraching a solution of:
c1*y^2+c2+dy/dx = 0
c1 and c2 are constants

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1. Solving Differential Equations

What I've done so far

Different math books, have not been able to find a solution.

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I am seraching a solution of:
c1*y^2+c2+dy/dx = 0
c1 and c2 are constants
Relevant page

<a href="https://www.intmath.com/differential-equations/1-solving-des.php">1. Solving Differential  Equations</a>

What I've done so far

Different math books, have not been able to find a solution.

Re: Differential equation - has y^2

@Aage: This is actually a non-linear differential equation, which is beyond the scope of the IntMath Forum. This PDF has a similar example which you may find useful: An Example of a Non-linear Differential Equation

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@Aage: This is actually a <b>non-</b>linear differential equation, which is beyond the scope of the IntMath Forum. This PDF has a similar example which you may find useful: <a href="https://math.dartmouth.edu/archive/m23s06/public_html/handouts/nonlinear_example.pdf">An Example of a Non-linear Differential Equation</a>

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