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First-order first-degree differential equation

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===In unnormalized implicit form===
A '''first-order first-degree differential equation''' is a [[differential equation]] that is both a [[first-order differential equation]] and a [[first-degree differential equation]]. Explicitly, it has the form:
where <math>P,Q</math> are known functions. Here, <math>x</math> is the independent variable and <math>y</math> is the dependent variable.
===In normalized explicit form===
In normalized explicit form, a '''first-order first-degree differential equation''' can be written as:
<math>\frac{dy}{dx} = G(x,y)</math>

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