find the general solution of the first order differential equation, t2 y’ – 2 ty = 3
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Originally Posted by winsome find the general solution of the first order differential equation, t2 y’ – 2 ty = 3 I'm assuming you mean . First note that this is the same thing as saying . Now this is a first order linear DE. Do you know how to proceed using the integrating factor method?
i got integrating factor of this equaiton is t^-2 is that is right ? if yes then i m unable to get its final answer
Yes it's right. So multiply both sides by the integrating factor to get . You should be able to go from here.
thanks
Originally Posted by Prove It Yes it's right. So multiply both sides by the integrating factor to get . You should be able to go from here. thanks for providing solution
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