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  • 5 years ago

LaPlace again... Find the particular solution of xy’ + 2y = x2, y = 5 when x = 2

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  1. anonymous
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    is it x^2?

  2. anonymous
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    No I have fractions Well there are fractions in the answer....

  3. anonymous
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    I mean in the question the right hand side?

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    Oh yeah lol x^2

  5. anonymous
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    nevermind I got it

  6. anonymous
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    help me then :P.. I am stuck

  7. anonymous
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    Haha.. you solve the general solution of the original equation, then you solve for C then you put it all back in

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    General solution is y=x^2/4+C/x^2

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    putting it all back in gives you the particular

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    Got it?

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    if I have the general solution, then it's really nothing.. the point is how to get that solution using laplace transform

  12. anonymous
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    Oh I didn't use a laplace... I'm not sure why its in my LaPlace homework :/

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    Probably to mess with me.

  14. anonymous
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    HAHA Maybe!

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    ha.. could you take a look at the word problem I posted? That one uses LaPlace... and its blowing my mind :/

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    I have to finish this first :)

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    Ok thought we were done.

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