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Using reduction of order for Non-Homogenous DE

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juice34
I need help solving a higher order differential equation by reduction of order.
It will be greatly appreciated if all steps are posted as well!

y(Double Prime)-3y(Prime)+2y=5e^3x where y sub one =e^x.

Ive tried to get the answer but end up with 3 constants.
 

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juice34
the teachers example goes from w to u prime to u without integrating u prime to get u, where w=u prime and y=u*y(sub one)
 

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