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    Solving Non-Homogeneous Differential Equations

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    1. For nonhomogeneous differential equation:
    y′′+ 3y′+ 2y = 4e^x
    - Find two linearly independent solutions for the homogeneous portion of DE.
    - Find a particular solution of the given differential equation using the method of
    variation.
    - Find the general solution of non-homogeneous differential equation.

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