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Vijay posted an Question
August 02, 2022 • 20:45 pm 30 points
  • CSIR NET
  • Mathematical Sciences

58. let (x(), y()) satisfy for t> 0 dx x+y dt dy -y dt x(0) = y(0) = 1 then x() is equal to (b) y) (a) e +t y() (d) - y() (c) e(1+9

58. Let (x(), y()) satisfy for t> 0 dx x+y dt dy -y dt x(0) = y(0) = 1 Then x() is equal to (B) y) (A) e +t y() (D) - y() (C) e(1+9

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  • Pankaj dwivedi Best Answer

    Check the answer Option (a), (c) are correct

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