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Find the general solution of the differential equation dy/dt− 2y = 3e^2t

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  1. anonymous
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    your P(x) is -2... that is your integrating factor

  2. anonymous
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    integral -2 dt is -2t, your integrating factor is e^(-2t)

  3. anonymous
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    e^/pdx

  4. anonymous
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    correct

  5. anonymous
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    /=integral

  6. anonymous
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    yeah

  7. anonymous
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    still dont understand...can you guys show me the details

  8. anonymous
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    then y*I.F=/q.I.F.dx

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    where are you caught up on?

  10. anonymous
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    do you know what the integrating factor is?

  11. anonymous
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    gud 1...; )

  12. anonymous
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    no

  13. anonymous
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    one second

  14. anonymous
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    http://tutorial.math.lamar.edu/Classes/DE/Linear.aspx scroll down to example 1 (about 2/5 down the page) and try and follow that that will explain much better than i can do

  15. anonymous
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    thank you so much:)

  16. anonymous
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    another question here Suppose that y1(t) and y2(t) are both solutions to the differential equation dy/dt= a(t)y + b(t). Write down a linear differential equation satisfied by y1(t) + y2(t).

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    can you help me?

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