Solve differential equation y'+y=x, \ y(0)=1

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Solve differential equation y+y=x, y(0)=1
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dydn+y=x
dydn+py=x
I.F.=epdx=e1dx=ex
y(I.F.)=0dx+c
eny=x22+c
c=1
y=x22en+ex

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