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November 15th, 2016, 04:32 PM   #11
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What you're looking for doesn't exist if the right-hand side is te^(-t).
Is that due to the IVP since t=0 and y=0 and y'=0?
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Using the integration method that I suggested, you would need to be able to integrate t^(-2)e^(-t) with respect to t, which can't be done in closed form.
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