find general solution for differential equation dy/dt=2ty+4e^(t^2) i got e^(t^2)(4t+k) is that right?
hi stasianlov! (try using the X^{2} button just above the Reply box ) yes that's fine what is worrying you about that?
you can check the answer by substituting the solution y(t) and its derivative dy/dt in the differential equation. The results should be 0.