find the general solution of the following differential equation: y'-2x=x

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It's separable. Move the 2x over to get dy/dx=3x. Multiple both sides by dx to get dy=3xdx. Integrate both sides.
Well, I figure something was wrong because the original problem was kinda dumb lol. Anyways, it's already in linear first order form. So you need to find the integrating factor which is e^integral of (p(x)). p(x) happens to be -2x. So you will get e^(x^2). Multiple both sides by the integrating factor. The left side simplies into ye^(-x^2)

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Well, I figure something was wrong because the original problem was kinda dumb lol. Anyways, it's already in linear first order form. So you need to find the integrating factor which is e^integral of (p(x)). p(x) happens to be -2x. So you will get e^(x^2). Multiple both sides by the integrating factor. The left side simplies into ye^(-x^2)' and the right side becomes xe^(x^2). Integrate both sides and you have your solution. Sorry posted last one before I was done.
thnx a lot
hej spaceknight im sorry but i have another question,i have exam tomorrow and i find this test,beacuse i dont have time to study,can u solve these problems step by step pls and send me back the answers
No i dont have time to do them all in full lol, i can tell you how to solve each one like I did above though if you want
Also, if you don't have time to study and just want to look at solutions lol good luck that will not work well in differential equations
no i can't solve like this,but thnx for u're help :D

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