anyone please ? I would be very grateful
d^{2}y/dx^{2 }- 2dy/dx = 5(cos3x - sin 3x) - 7
I managed to find a Complementary function, but I'm not sure what particular integral i should use, i tried acos 3x + bsin 3x, but since i have another function (-7) i don't know what changes i should make. Anyone can help me with the particular integral please?
You should have found that the Complementary Function is where is a constant.
Including a constant as part of the Particular Integral is pointless, it will simply differentiate out.
When your normal choice of P.I. (or part thereof) is contained within the C.F., you have to multiply your normal choice by