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Iam trying to get my head around a solution for an integral but I can't figure out how its done.

I have given the following :

x1'(t) = 0

x2'(t) =tx1(t)

Where " ' " indicates the derivative.

Talking the time integral the result is given by:

x1(t) = x1(t0)

x2(t) = x2(t0) + 1/2(t^2-t0^2)x1(t0)

It would be great if anyone could help me out or give me a hint.

Cheers,

Mike

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