It is easy to check that for any value of c, the function y=ce^–2x+e^–x is solution of equation y+2y=e^–x Find the value of c for which the solution satisfies the initial condition y(–3)=4 can someone solve this one?
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Originally Posted by dat1611 y+2y=e^–x Are you sure you don't mean ? Originally Posted by dat1611 y=ce^–2x+e^–x Find the value of c for which the solution satisfies the initial condition y(-3)=4 Using Therefore
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