class 12 Math Calculus Differential Equations

If $y(x)$ satisfies the differential equation $dxdy =xx_{2}−2y $ where \displaystyle{y}

(b)

If $y(x)$ satisfies the differential equation $dxdy =xx_{2}−2y $ where $y(1)=−2$ then $y(x)$ will pass through the poing (A) $(0,3 )$ (B) $(3,0)$ (C) $(3 ,0)$ (D) $(0,3)$

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