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(Solved): Solve the initial value problem dtdyy=3exp(t)+2exp(2t) with u(0)=8. y= ...



Solve the initial value problem
\[
\frac{d y}{d t}-y=3 \exp (t)+2 \exp (2 t)
\]
with \( u(0)=8 \).
\[
y=
\]???????

Solve the initial value problem with .


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We havedydt?y=3et+2e2tIts a linear differential equation,
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