Solve with the initial conditons y(0)=-1 y'(0)=6 I am stuck on this because of the The other problems I think I have done right. Example: y" -y' - 2y =0 y(0)=-2 y'(0)=5
Follow Math Help Forum on Facebook and Google+
Use a LaPlace on the Which is Then, solve your equation for Y in terms of p.
You lost me when you seperated out the fractions. How did you do that?
Originally Posted by diddledabble You lost me when you seperated out the fractions. How did you do that? You could expand and equate like terms to find A, B, and C. Or you could let s=1, -1, and -5.
View Tag Cloud