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karush

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Find the general solution of

$y'−2y=t^{2}e^{2t}$

and use it to determine how solutions behave as

$t \to \infty$

ok presume the first thing to do is to find $u{x}$

$\exp{\displaystyle\int{2} y}=e^{-2} or \dfrac{1}{e^2}$

$y'−2y=t^{2}e^{2t}$

and use it to determine how solutions behave as

$t \to \infty$

ok presume the first thing to do is to find $u{x}$

$\exp{\displaystyle\int{2} y}=e^{-2} or \dfrac{1}{e^2}$

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