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**[SOLVED] Integrating Factor Diff Eqs**

## Homework Statement

g ' - g/t = t e^t

I'm trying to solve this, but I seem to have run into a problem, according to my book the integrating factor is 1/t, however I believe that it is -t

## Homework Equations

## The Attempt at a Solution

e^int(-1/t dt) = e^(-lnt) = -t

That is how I found the solution to all the problems requiring an integrating factor before however this situation seems to be different... Do I have the equation in the right form to find the integrating factor?