Find the particular solution that satisfies the initial condition. = e^(r-s) when condition r(0) = 1 1/e^1= e^0+ C which means C= 1/e
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Originally Posted by xterminal01 Find the particular solution that satisfies the initial condition. = e^(r-s) when condition r(0) = 1 1/e^1= e^0+ C which means C= 1/e gives and You got it from here?
e^-r = e^-s + C ? e^(-1) = e^(0) + c 1/e = C Originally Posted by pickslides gives and You got it from here?
Is this correct? Originally Posted by xterminal01 e^-r = e^-s + C ? e^(-1) = e^(0) + c 1/e = C
From I get then using to solve for
Thanks, also Is the first eqq in my post done correctly as well? Originally Posted by pickslides From I get then using to solve for
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