(d-1)^2(d+1)y = 10cos2x
Work I've done:
yc:
1. (r-1)^2(r+1) = 0, r=1,1,-1
2. yc=(c1 +c2x)e^x + c3e^-x
3. Then expand the original: r^3 - r^2 - r + 1 = 10cos2x
4. So y^(3) - y" - y' +y = 10cos2x
How do I go about finding yp? yp=Acos2x + Bsin2x, and then find to the third derivative? Thanks,
JN