From , we find and
Sub into the DE as usual and get:
Your troubles are probably just coming from the algebra involved after you sub back into the DE?. That's the best place to go astray.
the problem is y(quad prime)+2y(double prime) + y = (x-1)^2
I keep tackling this problem and coming up with nothing anyone help me here?
its suppose to come out in the form of y = c1cos(x)+c2 sin(x) +c3 xcos(x)+c4sin(x) +x^2-2x-3
Thanks agian man, im just getting back to college and my algerba is hazy at best. I ussally start second guessing some steps i take then i forget what step it was by the time i get there.
Also can you show me the factoring steps on that ? fourth power polynomials is something that is slipping my mind.