Hi again,

Is this the way to go about the problem?

I think this is the set up by first-order linear differential equation. Im having problems with finding the solution.

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- Nov 15th 2010, 01:46 AMugkwanFind the particular solution of the differential equation
Hi again,

Is this the way to go about the problem?

I think this is the set up by first-order linear differential equation. Im having problems with finding the solution. - Nov 15th 2010, 02:29 AMProve It
You have found that your integrating factor is .

So multiplying through by the integrating factor gives

.

Now substitute your boundary condition to find .