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i have equation about diff. ode

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|dw:1350287734547:dw|how to solve this equation step by step
by two methods
are you familiar with laplace transformation? or no?

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by nonhomogunes but how??????????/
well you have to solve the left side first
assume homogeneous for the left sde y'' + 4y'+4y = 0 do you know how to solve that?
but the right gow????????????/
so what do you get?
solve the left side first
|dw:1350288124728:dw|the left get
how to solve right side
you're familiar with variation of parameter right?
what do you mean how?
i can't solve it
help me
do you know variation of parameters or not??
do you know undetermined coefficients?
then what do you know?
nothing can yiu help me and solve it step by step
you mean to tell're teacher never taught you...and still expects you to answer this??
this is an intermediate problem in homogeneous differential equations... i don't believe your teacher never taught you the basics to this.....
step 2 solve the particular solution
should we use determination of coefficients method/?

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