Question

use the method of undetermined coefficients to solve the differential equation)

y'' + 2y' - 3y = (x^{2} + x + 1) + e^{-3x}

Answer #1

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Could you go step by step and explain everything please? Thank
you in advance

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

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