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    Differential Equations

    Solve the following differential equation :

    x' = hx + b

    if you know that if  x(t_0) = x_0

    Actually I'm only allowed to use the method of separating the values.
    I found the solution but with another way which I'm in fact not supposed to know...

    Maybe somebody knows the asked method for this... or at least how I could transform it in something like:

    x' = f(x) * g(t)
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    I guess I found it now. Again so easy that you don't see it because you are looking for far more complicated things....
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