Hello people.... I got problem to find the ODE where e^(0.5x) and e^(-0.5x) are the solution of the equation. I really can't think of any initial step I should take, could someone advise me ? Thank You Yusri
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Originally Posted by yusrie106 Hello people.... I got problem to find the ODE where e^(0.5x) and e^(-0.5x) are the solution of the equation. I really can't think of any initial step I should take, could someone advise me ? Thank You Yusri r= 1/2 and r= -1/2 satisfy the equation $\displaystyle r^2- 1/4= 0$.
Originally Posted by HallsofIvy r= 1/2 and r= -1/2 satisfy the equation $\displaystyle r^2- 1/4= 0$. HallsofIvy --> thank you for the answer, can you show me how you get r= 0.5 and r=-0.5 I think I forgot the general formula already (currently I m focusing on Wronskian...
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