I think this is in the right section. I am asked to find the compelte general solution for; y''+4y=x+e^(2x) I am entirely sure where to start, if anyone could point me in the right direction that would be great!
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Originally Posted by eg109012 I think this is in the right section. I am asked to find the compelte general solution for; y''+4y=x+e^(2x) I am entirely sure where to start, if anyone could point me in the right direction that would be great! Solve the complement, homogeneous, solution first.
And then try a "particular solution" of the form $\displaystyle y= Ax+ B+ Ce^{2x}$
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