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    Solution for intial value problem

    y'-y= (2t)(e^(2t))
    y(0)=1

    Im thinking you have to do something with an integration factor but i have no idea how to use it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by C-rad View Post
    y'-y= (2t)(e^(2t))
    y(0)=1

    Im thinking you have to do something with an integration factor but i have no idea how to use it.
    see the second and third links in my signature

    the integrating factor is e^{-t}
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