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June 24th, 2018, 07:15 PM   #1
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Unhappy Need Help with solving a non-linear differential equation

I have been trying for several days to solve the following non-linear ODE. I am not able to bring the equation to any standard form for solution.

(A+B*tanh(C*y+D))*dy/dx +y= P*cos (w*x)

Here A,B,C,D, P and w are constant. Can anyone please help to solve this problem?
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