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  • 5 years ago

What does a bar over (-) a y mean? The derivative?

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    i think it means it is a vector

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    We're doing Laplace. I dont think its a vector.

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    well, by looking at your problem it seems to me that it's just the original y equation and after you found you y equation, you did Inverse Laplace Transformation

  5. anonymous
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    the original equation is y'''-2y''+y'=2*e^(x) + 2x

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    what i mean by original equation is your first equation, general solution? i forgot the name y -> first equation, "original equation", general solution? y' y'' y'''

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    does that mean that the you do not have to put the bar?

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    i don't see it making any different on the solution so, i don't think i should matter

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    Thank you for your help! :D

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