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Hi guys!

im getting stuck in solving the following Linear Partial Differential Equation:

2p+3q=x+y+1

now when i just form its auxiliary equation it becomes

dx/2 = dy/3 = dz/(x+y+1)

Now the problem that im just facing is how to solve these three sides. Usually i try to divide and multiply by some constant and then add these three. But in this case, i just couldnt find a way to go!

please help me as soon as possible!

thanks in advance!

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# Linear Partial Differential Equation-Problem in solving?

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