Question

Use the elimination method to find a general solution for the linear system: x'=3x-4y y'=4x-7y

Answer #1

Use Gaussian elimination with backward substitution to solve the
system of linear equations.
x+y-z=-4
-x-4y+4z=1
-4x-3y+2z=15
What is the solution set?

Solve for the general solution
x^4y''''+4x^3y'''+3x^2y''-xy'+y=0

find the general solution to
y''+4y'+4y=4x^2+6e^x

find general solution, primes denote derivatives with respect to
x
12 y'' + 7y' - 10y = 0
initial value problem
y''-4y'+3y=0 y(0)=7, y'(0)=11
the particular solution given equation
y''-y'-2y=3x+4

Consider the following linear system (with real eigenvalue)
dx/dt=-2x+7y
dy/dt=x+4y
find the specific solution coresponding to the initial values
(x(0),y(0))=(-5,3)

1) Solve the system by elimination.
{8x−3y=−49
{4x-4y=-32
a) One solution:
b) No solution
c) Infinite number of solutions
2) Solve the system by elimination.
{5x+2y=−5
{3x-5y=28
a) One solution:
b) No solution
c) Infinite number of solutions

PLEASE WORK THESE OUT!!
A) Solve the system of linear equations using the Gauss-Jordan
elimination method.
2x
+
10y
=
−1
−6x
+
8y
=
22
x,y=_________
B) If n(B) = 14, n(A ∪
B) = 30, and n(A ∩ B) = 6, find
n(A).
_________
C) Solve the following system of equations by graphing. (If
there is no solution, enter NO SOLUTION. If there are infinitely
many solutions, enter INFINITELY MANY.)
3x
+
4y
=
24
6x
+
8y...

Find the general solution to y'' + 7y' + 12y = x + 1.

Find the solution to the linear system of differential
equations
{x′ = 6x + 4y
{y′=−2x
satisfying the initial conditions x(0)=−5 and
y(0)=−4.
x(t) = _____
y(t) = _____

sifferential equation. x(x+4y)y'=y(x-4y)
find general solution.

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