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The solution of the initial value problem $\dfrac{dy}{dx}=-2xy$ ; $y(0)=2$ is

  1. $1+e^{{-x}^2}$
  2. $2e^{{-x}^2}$
  3. $1+e^{{x}^2}$
  4. $2e^{{x}^2}$
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