d3y/dx3+dy/dx=sin(2x). Here, i get as far as to lambda is 0,i,-i. Thereafter, I am not sure even how to write this in general form, let alone what to do with that sin thingy... can someone please help?

Also given is: y(0)=1, dy/dx(0)=0, d2y/dx2=0.

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- March 11th 2009, 12:07 PMfiksidiff eqn, sin(2x).
d3y/dx3+dy/dx=sin(2x). Here, i get as far as to lambda is 0,i,-i. Thereafter, I am not sure even how to write this in general form, let alone what to do with that sin thingy... can someone please help?

Also given is: y(0)=1, dy/dx(0)=0, d2y/dx2=0. - March 11th 2009, 12:56 PMfiksi
- March 12th 2009, 10:30 AMCoomast
Hello fiksi,

I assume that you can find the solution for the homogeneous equation, it is:

Now, what you need to use as particular solution is:

Substitute this in the original DE and it will give you a system for finding D and E. (they are 0 and 1/6)

best regards,

Coomast