I get: $\displaystyle w'e^x+we^x=1, \int w'e^x+we^xdx=\int1, we^x=x+c$
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Good so far. What next?
Just plug back in for $\displaystyle w$, and then done... hopefully.
Right. Are you good from here on out, then?
Yup... thanks a lot. Now I know why that is the answer, not just the answer. My professor is more of a "reader" from the book, rather than a teacher. Thanks for all your help!
You're welcome. Thanks for the compliment. Have a good one!
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