Unformatted text preview: to find the general solution of the nonhomogeneous equation (*) in an integral form. [Note: Your general solution must include a new constant of integration.] 4. (1 Point): For f ( x ) = x , use integrationbyparts to find the final solution explicitly. 5. (0.5 Point): Use the initial condition (**) to obtain the integration constant and write down the explicit final solution. 6. (Extra Point): For an extra point, find the complete solution if f ( x ) = sin x and the same initial condition. [Note: You must give the expression for y as an explicit function of x .] Note: To receive full credit, all steps must be neatly shown, following the requested procedure. Writing down the final results will receive no credit....
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 Spring '07
 NeimanNassat
 Calculus, Fundamental Theorem Of Calculus, Constant of integration, general solution, initial condition

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