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Formulate a system of linear 1st-order ODEs from the higher order ODEs below. y^(4) + 2y'''...

Formulate a system of linear 1st-order ODEs from the higher order ODEs below.

y^(4) + 2y''' + 3y'' 4y' + 5y = f(t)

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