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Using the \emph{removal of first derivative} method, the differential equation \( \frac{d^{2}y} $\left(d\times n$ $\left(2\right)\right)+P|ffac\left(dy\right)\left(dx\right)+Qy=F$ $dx\right)+Qy=RN\right)$ is transformed as \). For, the differential equation \frac{d^{2}y} $\left(d^{n}\left(2\right)y\right)$ $dx$ $\left(2\right)+2x$ $\left(0C\left(dy\right)\left(dx\right)+\left(x$ $2+1\right)y=\times n3+3x\right)$ the value of $\left(11\right)$
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Qanda teacher - kkantiwal
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