(a)Show that xy' + 2y = 3x has only one solution defined at x=0.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Then Show that the initial value problem for this equation with initial condition y(0)= yo has a unique solution when yo = 0 and no solution when y0=/= 0 .

(b) Show that xy'-2y=3x has an infinte number of solutions defined at x=0. then show that the initial value problem for this equation with initial condition y(0) =0 has an infinite number of solutions.

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# Help me with Linear equation pls ~

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