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Unformatted text preview: 1. Ecuación Diferencial reducible a ecuación de primer orden mediante sustitución: ` = ` = `` = ` `` = `` = 2. Reduction de Orden: = ` 2 = − ∫ () 1 () ∫ 2 () 1 ` = `` Es necesario que la ED este de la forma: 3. Ecuaciones lineales con coeficientes constante: 2 = `` = ` = ∝ (1 + ) 4. Coeficientes indeterminados: método de superposición: a) Encontrar la función complementaria , por coeficientes constantes. b) Encontrar una solución particular de la ecuación no homogénea. c) La solución es = + 5. Coeficientes indeterminados: método anulador: ∙ = ...
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