## anonymous 3 years ago Can someone please help me, show how you find the solution: y = -πt^(-1)cos(4t) For the problem: Given that y = t^(-1)sin4t is a solution of ty'' + 2y' +16ty =0, find and graph the solution of the equation that satisfies y(π/8) = 0 and y'(π/8) = 32. Thank you.

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1. anonymous

$y = t^{-1}\sin4t$

2. anonymous

$y \prime = -t^{-2}\sin4t + t^{-1}4\cos4t$

3. anonymous

$y \prime \prime = t^{-3}2\sin4t -t^{-2}8\cos4t - t^{-1}16\sin4t$

4. anonymous

$16ty =16t( t^{-1}\sin4t)=16\sin4t$

5. anonymous

$2y \prime = -2t^{-2}\sin4t + t^{-1}8\cos4t$

6. anonymous

$16ty \prime \prime = t^{-2}32\sin4t -t^{-1}128\cos4t - 256\sin4t$

7. anonymous

when you plug in pi/8 in y you get zero, and pi/8 in y' you get 32, so it does prove the facts provided

8. anonymous

Thank you, but that does not explain how you get the other solution: y = -πt^(-1)cos(4t)