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## Homework Statement

y' + (2/t)y = (cost)/(t^2), and the following condition is given: y(pi) = 0

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## The Attempt at a Solution

After employing the integrating factor, I find the solution to be:

[itex]y=e^{-2t} \int e^{2t} \frac{\cos(t)}{t^2} dt[/itex].

Evidently, this simplifies all the way to y = (sin t)/(t^2). I am not sure as to how this integral should be solved. Any hints would be much welcomed.