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    Differential operator

    Find the Differential operator L such that L[x(t)]=0

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    Re: Differential operator

    If your question is "are these correct", yes, they are.
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    Re: Differential operator

    Quote Originally Posted by HallsofIvy View Post
    If your question is "are these correct", yes, they are.
    Oh sorry. My question is how to show?

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