y''-5y' +6y = x how to find particular solution of this dif. equation ? please give detail :) i didnt understand anything :)
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I think there is something wrong with the question as appears to just have one half of the differential equation and has " and ' - not sure if that should be something else. y-5y+6y=x would mean y-11y=x = -10y=x but as you have nothing it equals to it doesn't really help
Na dude, it's a differential equation, means you have to find such a function y=y(x) which satisfies it. y' and y'' are its derivatives.
according to middle east technical unuversity 's book particular solution is y = x/6 +5/36 :S