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Find the general solution of the equation using the method of undetermined coefficients: y''-y'=5sin(2x)

Answer #1

Use the method of Undetermined Coefficients to find the general
solution
y'' - y' -2y = e^(2x)

find a general solution using the method of undetermined
coefficients for a given differential equation.
y'=[-3 1; 1 -3]y+[-6 2]e^-2t
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Find the general solution of y'' − 2y' = sin(5x) using the
method of undetermined coefficients

Use the method of undetermined coefficients to find a general
solution to the given differential equation:
y''-y'-2y=4te3t+4sin2t

4. Find the general
solution to the homogeneous equation, then use the method of
undetermined coefficients to find the particular solution
y’’− 2y’ + 2y =
360e−t sin3t.

Use the undetermined coefficients method to find the particular
solution of the differential equation y'' + 3y' - 4y =
xe2x and then write the general solution.

Using undetermined coefficients superposition approach find the
general solution for: y'' - y = e^(x) + 2x^(2) -5

Find a particular solution to the differential equation using
the Method of Undetermined Coefficients. 6y''+4y'-y=9

Now find the general solution of the equation using the method
of variation of parameters without using the formula from the book:
y''-y'=5sin(2x)

Find a particular solution to the differential equation using
the Method of Undetermined Coefficients.
y''-4y'+8y=xe^x

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