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    Second-Order Linear Nonhomogeneous DE with Constant Coefficients

    Y``+ 4Y` + 3y = 3x^2 - 1

    Need help with this diff equation. I have tried with Ax^2 + Bx + C but it is not working. I cant get the right answer.




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    We don't know if your doubt is related to the general solution of the homogeneous equation or to the particular solution of the complete.
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    I just solved it now. Thank you anyway =)
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