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Are the following differential equations linear? Explain your reasoning.$$\frac{d y}{d t}=t y$$

Linear.

Calculus 2 / BC

Chapter 4

Introduction to Differential Equations

Section 5

First-order Linear Equations

Differential Equations

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section 4.5 Problem to a nine. I'm looking at a different equation. My question Is this a linear differential equation? So if I can write it in the form y prime, um, for me So why Prime Plus and I can write some p of X and sorry. Let's back up our variables t so p of T. Tom, why is equal to Q of T if I can write it in this form than it is a linear equation, so I could rewrite. This is D Y d t minus T Y is equal to zero, so you can see I can write this in standard form for a linear equation. So this is a linear first order and differential equation. Ordinary differential equation.

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