Question

Use the method of integrating factors to solve the following initial value problems.

- y'+xy=x, y(0)=1
- y'+3x
^{2}y= sin(x)e^{-x}^{^2}, y(0)=1

Step 1

The given equation are

Step 2

Solve the initial value problem

Step 3

Multiply the integrating factor on bot...

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