Hi, I have this initial value problem: f''(x)+4f'(x)+5f(x)=0 with f(0)=1 and f'(0)=-2 I need to show that f(x)=cos(x)/e^2x is a solution to this initial value problem. then find the domain of this solution.. Pls help, thanks!
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Originally Posted by tim_mannire I need to show that f(x)=cos(x)/e^2x is a solution to this initial value problem. first step is to find and
Originally Posted by tim_mannire Hi, I have this initial value problem: f''(x)+4f'(x)+5f(x)=0 with f(0)=1 and f'(0)=-2 I need to show that f(x)=cos(x)/e^2x is a solution to this initial value problem. then find the domain of this solution.. Pls help, thanks! Thus now you can find compute it for the IVP
Originally Posted by harish21 now you can find compute it for the IVP Substitute what you have found into . Does it equal zero?
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