Idealist10
Find the general solution of (1+x)y'+2y=sin(x)/(1+x).



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Idealist10
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I divided (1+x) and got y'+(2/(1+x))y=sin x

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gimme a sec so i can solve it

myininaya
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I think you should have y'+(2/(1+x))y=sin(x)/(1+x)^2

myininaya
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if you had had (1+x)y'+2y=sin(x)*(1+x)
then you could say what you said

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I see. HAHA, why am I so dumb?

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No wonder the problem won't work. hahahahaha

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Let me work it out by myself.

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I got it! Thanks a lot!

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np