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I am doing some Laplace Transforms as part of my HND, i have got an answer for this question

q' +2q = 5sint q(0)=0, t(0)=0

But i need to prove it by means of using an integrating factor method.

My original answer is:-

e^-2t +2sint-cost does this look right?

I also have worked out my Integrating factor to be e^2x but not sure where to go from there.

Can anyone please help me with a few pointers.

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# Help with ODE using an integrating factor

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