#### Answer

True.

#### Work Step by Step

Integrating the $y^{(n)}$ along with $F(x)$ results in the $y^{(n)}$ becoming $y$. Therefore, $F(x)$ being integrated $n$ consecutive times is the general solution.

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True.

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