The differential equation on is given.

Solve the modified homogeneous equation.

What is the general solution to the equation?

Find that particulate solution which goes through T(0,2).

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- Sep 12th 2010, 08:46 AMTrikotnikDifferential equation on -x^2
The differential equation on is given.

Solve the modified homogeneous equation.

What is the general solution to the equation?

Find that particulate solution which goes through T(0,2). - Sep 12th 2010, 11:37 PMCaptainBlack
- Sep 13th 2010, 01:38 AMMathoMan
First, I assume you ment .

Anyway, the equation is a*first order linear differential equation*. In general it can be written down as . Using the*variation of the constant*method general solution formula can be found, and it goes something like this where is the primitive function of the function , .

Using the formula should suffice to solve the problem(s). - Sep 13th 2010, 02:38 AMCaptainBlack