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An integrating factor e^(integral p(x) ) can be used to solve Linear D.E. in form y' + P(x)y=Q(x), but what do i do when there is no x in P(x) or Q(x)?
for instance in these problems: #1)y' - y=4(e^x) #2)y'+2xy=4
Is it wrong to use P(x)= -1 for problem 1, and Q(x)=4 for problem 2?
This is what I've been using but I can't check if it's right (answer not in back of book).
for instance in these problems: #1)y' - y=4(e^x) #2)y'+2xy=4
Is it wrong to use P(x)= -1 for problem 1, and Q(x)=4 for problem 2?
This is what I've been using but I can't check if it's right (answer not in back of book).