Hi, I have a Calculus test coming up and am very confused on how to start approching these types of problems (initial value problems) If possible can someone work these 2 different types of problems out and show some work so I know how to proceed with the rest of them? I don't think they are that hard, for some reason I'm just confused. Thanks(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Problem 1: y' +ty = t, y(0) = 0

Problem 2: y' = y^2*sint, y(0) = 1

Thanks again for all those who help!

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# Need Help On Initial Value Problems

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