for an ordinary differential equation there exist a unbounded solution y(x) exist. can anyone explain how the unbounded solution exist.
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Originally Posted by saravananbs for an ordinary differential equation there exist a unbounded solution y(x) exist. can anyone explain how the unbounded solution exist. Is p a constant or a function of x?
p is a constant.
Well then the characteristic equation would be . Solving for m gives Since this is a repeated root, the solution to your DE is . Now you should be able to evaluate .
is the answer is zero. when x-->infinite
Last edited by saravananbs; May 13th 2012 at 06:02 AM.
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