This is first order linear, so multiply both sides by the integrating factor to get
I have the differential equation
>>(x-2)^2 dY/dX - xy + 2y = (x-2)^4
and i need to solve given y(4) = 10. I believe i have to solve it using an intergrating factor?? I have also simplified to:
>> dy/dx - xy + 2y = (x-2)^2 but believe i cannot divide by (x-2)^4 ??
also would the intergrating factor be 1/x??
Thanks in advance