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y′=3x−2

Find the particular solution to the equation shown above that passes through the point (−10,−5). Do not include "y=" in your answer.

Step 1

Firstly, we separate the variables x and y, and then integrate both sides.

Step 2

Now, we substitute x=-10 and y=-5...

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