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Help, How do I solve these where g(t) = e^int p(x).

B. 2dx/dt-3x=e^3t.

C. xdx/dt-x^2/t=xt^2-3x, x(1)=-1

D. dx/dt+1/t*x=t^-4

E. tdx/dt+2x=cost/t

The formula says p(x) is a term associated to x on the LHS. It is so hard to know how o solve these. Then I should integrate them right? 

 Aug 23, 2014

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If you can do C then D should be straightforward.  For E first divide through by t.

 Aug 23, 2014
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If you can do C then D should be straightforward.  For E first divide through by t.

Alan Aug 23, 2014

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