Hey, I've been set a question which i have no idea how to attempt. Please could some one show me some guidance? thanks Question: y'(x) +z(x)= x z'(x) +4y(x)=0 y(0)=1 z(0)=-1
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Originally Posted by Downes Hey, I've been set a question which i have no idea how to attempt. Please could some one show me some guidance? thanks Question: y'(x) +z(x)= x z'(x) +4y(x)=0 y(0)=1 z(0)=-1 What has the question asked you to do?
It asks to solve it
Originally Posted by Downes Hey, I've been set a question which i have no idea how to attempt. Please could some one show me some guidance? thanks Question: y'(x) +z(x)= x z'(x) +4y(x)=0 y(0)=1 z(0)=-1 From the first equation we have . Substituting this into the second equation gives . This is a second order linear constant coefficient nonhomogeneous DE, which is easy to solve.
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