Question

Solve the differential equation

y'' - y' - 6y = 3sin3x

Answer #1

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Solve Differential equation by variation of parameters method.
y"-5y'+6y=e^x

Solve the second order differential equation
y'' + 6y' + 9y = e^(-3t) + t^(3)

solve the given differential equation (x^2) y’’ -6y=0
please explain step by step

(b) Solve the separable differential
equation
y'=
(7e^-3x+2x^2-xcosx)/-6y^3
(c) Solve the IVP
x(1-siny)dy=(cosx-cosy-y)dx
.
y(π/2)=0

Solve the differential equation:
a) y'= t^2y^3 / t^3+6
b) y'= x(e^x^2 +2) / 6y^2 ; y(0) =1

solve differential equation:
dy/dx = (4y-2x+14)/(8x-6y-36)

Solve this Differential Equation:
y'' + y = secx

Find a particular solution to the differential equation using
the Method of Undetermined Coefficients. 6y''+4y'-y=9

Solve the differential equation write the answer without
fractions and negative exponents :
(6y+x^2y^11) dx - (x^3y^10-6x) dy = 0

Differential Equations. Solve the following IVP. Y''(Double
Prime) + 6Y'(Prime)+5Y =0, Y'(Prime)(0) =0, Y(0)=1

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