Differential Equations:Linear first Order Equations

How would you solve these? (I use your explanations and answers as reference to my homework, because the summer teacher is out of reach oustide of class).

1) find an explicit general solution of the differential equation:

y' - 2xy= e^(x^(2))

2) Find an explicit general solution of the differential equation:

xy'= 2y + x^(3) cosx

3) Find an explicit general and particular solution of the initial value problem:

xy' - y= x, y(1)= 7

4) Find an explicit general and particular solution of the initial value problem:

y' + y= e^(x), y(0)= 1

5) A 400-gal tank initially contains 100 gal of brine (salt water) containing

50 lb of salt. Brine containing 1 lb of salt per gallon enters the tank at

the rate 5 gal/s, and the well-mixed brine in the tank flows out at the rate

of 3 gal/s. How much salt will the tank contain when it is full of brine?

**(***Solve questions using linear first order equation method primarily. *

*If you have any other methodic approaches to this problem, please *

*feel free to demonstrate).*

Problem # 4: Linear First Order Equations( I still did not understand)

:(I still did not understand it your explanation. This is what I did to Find the general equation... Is this correct? If not could someone please help me with this?

y'+ p(x) y= Q(x) p(x)= -2x

y'- 2xy = e^(x*x) Q(x)= e^(x*x)

v(x)= e^(Int p(x) dx) = e^ (Int -2x dx)= e^(-x^(2))

y(x)= __Int v(x)Q(x)+c__

v(x)

y(x)= __Int e^(-x^(2)) * e^(x*x) + c__

(e^(-x^(2)

= __e^(-x^(2)) * 1/2 e ^(x*x) +c__

e^(-x^(2))

G.S. ==> Y(x)= 1/2 e^(x*x) + __c __

e^(-x^(2))