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3y" - 2y' -y = 14 + e^{2x}+8x

And i want to find the general solution.

Obviously first i obtain the characteristic eqn, y_{c}, by making it into a homogeneous eqn. Then i can get y_{p}

BUT

Am i able to get y_{p}for the e^{2x}and the 14 + 8x separately, then add them together for y_{p}?

Thanks

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# Inhomogeneous 2nd ODE

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