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allyfranken

Suppose L is the operator defined by Ly=D2y−3Dy+y. Compute L(sin(x)).

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  1. vf321
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    Well do you know the 2nd and 1st derivative of sin?

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  2. allyfranken
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    yeah

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    Well then, what's \(D^2_x \sin x\) and \(D_x \sin x\)?

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    -sin(x) and cos(x)

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    so would my answer be: -sin(x) - 3cos(x) + sin(x)?

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    yes

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    wow that was way easier than i thought, thank you!

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    Yeah, the hard part is taking the laplace transform of it!

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