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arrow_back One possible integrating factor for the following linear differential equation is \[ X \frac{d Y}{d X}+(X+1) Y=3 X^{2} e^{-X} \]

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One possible integrating factor for the following linear differential equation is

\[
X \frac{d Y}{d X}+(X+1) Y=3 X^{2} e^{-X}
\]

 

  1. \(X e^{x}\)
  2. \(e^{X}\)
  3. \(X+\ln X\)
  4. None of these

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