Calculus
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1)Find the particular solution of the differential equation
xy'+3y=80xlnx (x>0)
satisfying the initial condition y(1)=4
2)Find the particular solution of the differential equation
y'−1y=−5x+3
satisfying the initial condition y(0)=3.
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