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    factoring in an annihilator method

    So, I have for one of my problems m^3=0 for one of my particular answers. Does that mean i have c3+c4x+c5x^2 or is it c3+c4x?
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    Re: factoring in an annihilator method

    I cannot say... What is your y_c (complementary function)? Are you solving a homogeneous DE or non-homogeneous DE? Do you need to find y_p (particular y)?
    So if you post the DE, we can provide more help
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