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Sydney Sales
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y' + y = e×



I'll try)

(y'-y=0) are y=C(x)*exp(x) . Substitute in the equation with the right part, then we get : C'(x)*exp(x) =e^x, from c=x+a. So, y=(x+a)*e^x, where a= const....

Catalog of math sources by Professor M. Maheswaran:


Woops... there were several ways to attack this type of problem here:

so now I don't know what is really right...

Maybe try some solvers:

Veena Parmar
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Thank you so much for your work,carry on,I have got very easy method for bernulli's equation

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