could i get some help solving the DE's y' = (-2/x)y + (x^2)(e^x) thank you where y(1) = (sqrt(2))e
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Originally Posted by pandakrap could i get some help solving the DE's y' = (-2/x)y + (x^2)(e^x) thank you where y(1) = (sqrt(2))e This can be solve using an integrating factor So if we multiply the equation by the integrating factor we get you now just need to integrate both sides and solve for y. The right hand side will be integration by parts 4 times. Good luck.
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