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Aruwin
Aruwin • May 17, 2012

General solutions

Someone please show and explain me the solution to this.
How to find the general solutions for these differential equations?

1. y'-2y = 6

2.y'+y = 5sin.(4t/3 + pi) ....... (cospi= 3/5, sinpi= 4/5)
pavani abburi
pavani abburi • May 21, 2012
this are of form dy/dx+py=q

integrating factor=integral p dx
genaral solution is y(integrating factor)=integral(q integrating factor)dx+c
Have you tried Wolfram Alpha?
https://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=y'-2y+=+6
Click on the 'show steps' button on top right of the solutions column to see all steps.

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