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dy/dx*(x) = 2y/x + X^2.......when y(1) = 3 ... = ..... dy/dx - 2y/x^2 = x

i have trouble intergrating...

I(x) = e ^ (intergral of) -2/x^2) = e^(2/x)

e^(2/x)*y = (intergral of) xe^(2/x)

im just having trouble with this ^^

can ya help?

thanks

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