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Given that 1+t,1+2t,and 1+3t2 are solutions to the

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Problem 35E

PROBLEM 35E

Given that 1+t,1+2t,and 1+3t2 are solutions to the differential equation  find the solution to this equation that satisfies y(1) = 2, y’(1) = 0.

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