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This Question: 5 pts 11 of 19 This Test: 100 pts possible Does the function y(t)- -5t satisfy the differential equation y() +y(t)-5? Choose the correct answer below. O A. Yes, because when y and y are substituted into the equation, the result is a true statement O B. Yes, because there is no given initial condition, so the function satisfies the differential equation for all values of t. C. No, because there is no given initial condition, so there could be values of t which do not satisty the differential equation. D. No, because when y and y are substituted into the equation, the result is not a true statement

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