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In Exercise given below, solve the given equation using an integrating factor. Take t>0.

$6 y^{\prime}+t y=t$

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1 of 6The given differential equation is

$\begin{aligned} 6y'+ty=t, \quad t>0. \end{aligned}$

We need to find the solution to this equation using an integrating factor.

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