Convert to standard form ODE system y' = f(t, y): (t^2)y'' + sin(y') + 2y − 1 = 0 the goal is to reduce the equation above to be a first order ode.
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Originally Posted by oxxiissiixxo Convert to standard form ODE system y' = f(t, y): (t^2)y'' + sin(y') + 2y − 1 = 0 the goal is to reduce the equation above to be a first order ode. Hmm... I know that if you make the substitutions and , you will see that and Thus, you get the first order system Does this make sense?
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