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Originally Posted by tak please check if my answer are correct Hello tak, You can substitute y back in the differential equation and see if it holds.This way you can be more independent(you can even do this in exams ) So try it
Does it mean I have to differentiate again?
Originally Posted by tak please check if my answer are correct I think we may have a problem. solving the homogenious equation for the particular solution we get.. so See what you can do from here.
very sorry it should be 2y
Originally Posted by tak very sorry it should be 2y then the equation is so Now we need to find the particular solution since in the complimentry solution the particular solution will be of the form
Hi I Know that i need to multiply by x but do I need to keep the existing term for the last part.
how do you know that you need to keep the G(e^-x) term. I saw some website they don't add in and some does. Can I know th rule
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