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#### Sam Fuller

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1.1) If y^'=3y. Then y=e^2x .

1.2) If Then y=ce^kx for some constants c≠1 and k≠1.

1.3) If y^'=2y. Then y=2e^2x is .

1.4) If Then y=ce^x for some constant c .

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1.1) If y^'=3y. Then y=e^2x .

1.2) If Then y=ce^kx for some constants c≠1 and k≠1.

1.3) If y^'=2y. Then y=2e^2x is .

1.4) If Then y=ce^x for some constant c .

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1.1 Well, if \(\displaystyle y = e^{2x}\) then what is y'? Now check to see if y' = 3y.

1.1) If y^'=3y. Then y=e^2x .

1.2) If Then y=ce^kx for some constants c≠1 and k≠1.

1.3) If y^'=2y. Then y=2e^2x is .

1.4) If Then y=ce^x for some constant c .

1.2 Is missing information. There is no question asked here.

1.3 Again, given y, what is y' ?

1.4. Is missing information again.

Please make an attempt to solve these and please get back to us if you get stuck.

-Dan