Given y' + 3y = 5te^-t. How do I get the integration factor since there is no (t) value for P(t) where (dy/dt) + P(t) = F(t). Do i divided through by t since there is a t on the righthand side? Thanks to all that for your help!

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- Sep 27th 2012, 08:08 AMnivek0078solving differential equation using integration factor
Given y' + 3y = 5te^-t. How do I get the integration factor since there is no (t) value for P(t) where (dy/dt) + P(t) = F(t). Do i divided through by t since there is a t on the righthand side? Thanks to all that for your help!

- Sep 27th 2012, 08:34 AMSorobanRe: solving differential equation using integration factor
Hello, nivek0078!

If you truly understand the Integrating Factor,

. . exactly where is your difficulty?

Given: .

. . the integrating factor is: .

Quote:

We have: .

Then: . .

. . . . . . . . .

. . . . . . . . . . . .

Can you finish it now?

- Sep 27th 2012, 08:44 AMnivek0078Re: solving differential equation using integration factor
Yes! Thank you! That was what i was wondering about.