Question

Solve the initial value problem 8(t+1)dy/dt - 6y = 12t

for t > -1 with y(0) = 7

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Answer #1

Solve the initial value problem 8(t+1)dy/dt−6y=12t, for t>−1
with y(0)=11.

Solve the initial value problem 9(t+1) dy dt −6y=18t,
9(t+1)dydt−6y=18t, for t>−1 t>−1 with y(0)=14. y(0)=14. Find
the integrating factor, u(t)= u(t)= , and then find y(t)= y(t)=

a)
find all possible solutions of y''+y'-6y=12t
b) solve initial value problem of y''+y'-6y=12t, y(0)=1,
y'(0)=0

Solve the initial value problem
t^(13) (dy/dt) +2t^(12) y =t^25 with t>0 and y(1)=0
(y'-e^-t+4)/y=-4, y(0)=-1

Initial value problem
dy/dt=(6t^5/1+t^6)y+7(1+t^6)^2 y(1)=8

1. Solve the following initial value problem using Laplace
transforms.
d^2y/dt^2+ y = g(t) with y(0)=0 and dy/dt(0) = 1 where g(t) = t/2
for 0<t<6 and g(t) = 3 for t>6

solve the given initial value problem
dx/dt=7x+y x(0)=1
dt/dt=-6x+2y y(0)=0
the solution is x(t)= and y(t)=

Use the laplace transform to solve for the initial
value problem:
y''+6y'+25y=delta(t-7)
y(0)=0 y'(0)=0

Solve the Initial Value Problem:
a) dydx+2y=9, y(0)=0 y(x)=_______________
b) dydx+ycosx=5cosx,
y(0)=7d y(x)=______________
c) Find the general solution, y(t), which solves the problem
below, by the method of integrating factors.
8t dy/dt +y=t^3, t>0
Put the problem in standard form.
Then find the integrating factor, μ(t)= ,__________
and finally find y(t)= __________ . (use C as the unkown
constant.)
d) Solve the following initial value problem:
t dy/dt+6y=7t
with y(1)=2
Put the problem in standard form.
Then find the integrating...

solve the initial value problem: y'''+y''-6y'=0 ; y(0)=1;
y'(0)=y''(0)=1

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