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GIVE ME YOUR EQUATION OR I WILL SHOOT YOU
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solve the above ode using 2 methods

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Using 2 methods? You mean like 1) undetermined coefficients, and 2) variation of parameters?
I'm more familiar with undetermined coefficients method, so I can try it that way. Look here for some examples and general tips in the meantime: http://tutorial.math.lamar.edu/Classes/DE/NonhomogeneousDE.aspx
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i have other eguation
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|dw:1349457095369:dw|with intial condition
find integral equation which equivalent to this ivp
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Huh, seems pretty open-ended. You could make up almost anything to fit that criteria.
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|dw:1349458036497:dw|\[\prime \prime y=f(x,y,y \prime )with the intial condition \]
All that is saying is that the second derivative is a function of x, y, and the first derivative of y. You can rearrange that to the form ay''+by' +cy = f(x) and give a generic solution.
i have equation about theory of group
please post each question separately thanks
i have equation in algebra
\[if F:G \rightarrow H and g:H \rightarrow K , prove F:G \rightarrow K\]
\[sory prove goF:G \rightarrow K\]
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about diff. equation
could you please post each question separately? there are already like three on here...
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i need to help me to solve
ok, just close this question please and post a new one and someone will help :)
|dw:1350287125921:dw|how to solve this equation
to ask a new question, close the current question then write in teh question box again

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