Hi, I'm lost with this question. Never done differential equations before, yet... From the equation y'' + y' - 2y = x^2, find constants A,B and C such that the function y = Ax2 + Bx + C satisfies the equation.
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Originally Posted by millerst Hi, I'm lost with this question. Never done differential equations before, yet... From the equation y'' + y' - 2y = x^2, find constants A,B and C such that the function y = Ax2 + Bx + C satisfies the equation. match up the coefficients ... solve for A, B, and C.
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