Could someone please help me with this question? Find the general solution of the differential equation: f''(x) = sin(2x-4) Do i simply integrate both sides twice? What method of integration do i use?
Last edited by remember; July 28th 2011 at 08:52 AM.
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Originally Posted by remember Could someone please help me with this question? Find the general solution of the differential equation: f''(x) = sin(2x-4) Do i simply integrate both sides twice? What method of integration do i use? Hi remember. Welcome to MHF. y'' = d/dx (y') = sin(2x-4) Integrate w.r.t to x: Don't forget your constant of integration. Write y' as dy/dx & integrate w.r.t x.
Thanks! Also, say for example the DE was changed to this: I take it I just integrate the sin and cos parts of the equation seperately because they are added and not a product of each other?
Originally Posted by remember Thanks! Also, say for example the DE was changed to this: I take it I just integrate the sin and cos parts of the equation seperately because they are added and not a product of each other? Yes.
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