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Calling All Math Geeks

So once find the integrating factor of a differential equations and multiply it by both sides of the linear equation, how wound you find an exact value if you are given an initial value at a specific point?
1Camel
Mirage


The original dif eq is: y??2y=9e^(5t)
2Agalloch
The Mantle


I've determined the integrating factor to be e^(-2t)
3Airbag
All Rights Removed


The initial value is y(0)= -5
4Rishloo
Eidolon


My professor is very bad at resonding to emails and he has no office hours between now and the due date. I can find any guides online and I can't seem to figure out what to do using only my notes.
5The Verve
A Storm In Heaven


I've resorted to sputnik for help cause you guys seem smarter than my friends
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