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I-)y' =3y+12, y(t)=(ce^3t)-4 (-infinity,infinity), ii-)y'=(y^2)-y , y(t)=1/(1-ce^t) c<0=>(-infinity,infinity),c>0=>(-lnc,infinity)?

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  • I-)y' =3y+12, y(t)=(ce^3t)-4 (-infinity,infinity), ii-)y'=(y^2)-y , y(t)=1/(1-ce^t) c<0=>(-infinity,infinity),c>0=>(-lnc,infinity)?


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