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y'-(1/t)y=8t^2+te^t

t>0, y(1)=6

I get an integrating factor of (1/t) and general solution of y=4t^3+te^t+c but then i get e+2 for c. This doesn't seem correct to me, any suggestions?

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- Thread starter cycling4life
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y'-(1/t)y=8t^2+te^t

t>0, y(1)=6

I get an integrating factor of (1/t) and general solution of y=4t^3+te^t+c but then i get e+2 for c. This doesn't seem correct to me, any suggestions?

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That should be y=4t^3+te^t+c t

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