Question

Solve

y''+y= (1/4)sin(3x) - (3/4)sinx

using undetermined coefficients.

Answer #1

y''+y'=3x
solve by method of undetermined coefficients

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equation
y'' + y = x sin 2x

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Coefficients. y'' + y = t^3, y(0) = 1, y'(0) = -1

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

solve using method of undetermined coefficients.
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y'' - y = (t)(e^t) ; y(0) = 0 ; y(-1) = e - 1/e
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9. Solve y′′ − 9y′ + 2y = te^t using the method of Undetermined
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approach:
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coefficients. y'''-y'=4e^-x+3e^2x; y(0)=0, y'(0)=-1,
y''(0)=2

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