Question

Find the method by the Variation of Parameters

y'' - 4y' +4y = (e^(2x))/x

Answer #1

y′′ + 4y′ + 5y = e−2x sin x
(c) Find the particular solution yp(t) using the Variation of
Parameters method

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y'' + 4y = sin(2x)

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parameters method:
y'' + 4y' + 4y = t^(-2) * e^(-2t) t > 0
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xp.
x'' + 2x' + x = 6e−t, x1(t) =
e−t, x2(t) = te−t
xp(t) = ________________

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