Let's use Laplace.
Sub in the IC's:
and solve for Y and you get:
Now, find the inverse Laplace of this and we see that we get:
Hi it's me again.
I have another couple of problems I need to solve. (Same as before I have no idea what I am doing, so as much detail as you are willing to give, will be greatly appreciated).
(Problem 1) Find the general solution of:
d^2/dx^2 - 4 dy/dx + 5y = 0
(Problem 2) Find the particular solution of:
d^2y/dx^2 - y = e^2x , y(0)=0, y'(0)=1,
Any assistance will be greatly appreciated!!!
Thank you math_Newbie.