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In this exercise, you will need to solve the differential equation given below.

$y^{\prime}=x e^y \sqrt{x-2}$

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1 of 3We can rewrite the equation as

$\begin{aligned}y'=xe^{y}\sqrt{x-2}\\ e^{-y}dy=x\sqrt{x-2}\ dx \end{aligned}$

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