If x^{h}y^{k} is an integrating factor of the differential equation y(1 + xy) dx + x(1 — xy) dy = 0, then the ordered pair (h, k) is equal to

- a)(−2, −2)
- b)(−2, −1)
- c)(−1, −2)
- d)(−1, −1)

Correct answer is option 'A'. Can you explain this answer?

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