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Unformatted text preview: CHAPTER Second Order Linear Equations 1. Let y r- e”, so that y" : re” and y” :12 er". Direct substitution into the differential equation yields (1'2 + 21' — 3k” 3 D. Canceling the exponentiah the cl'iarncteristic equation is r2 + 21' — 3 = U . The roots of the equation are r = _3 , 1 . Hence the general solution is y = olet + age-3‘. 2. Let y = e”. Substitution of the assumed solution results in the characteristic + ST + 2 = U. The roots of the equation are r = ~2, m1. Hence the will. equation 7‘2 gene a] solution is y z ole” + 628 4. Substitution. of the assumed solution 3] z 8"" results in the characteristic equation 212 w 31' + 1 = 0 . The roots of the equation are 1‘ = 1/2 , 1 . Hence the gene‘s} solution is y : clef/‘3 + age". 6. The characteristic equation is air: -— Q = 0 7 with roots 7‘ = :i:3/2 . Therefore the gene -al solution is y : ole—3”2 + (gem/2. 8. The characteristic equation is r2 — 27' — 2 = U , with roots 1' 2 l, i fl . Hence the general solution is y : clc(1"‘/§)" -i- cad-“HE”. ' 9. Substitution of the assumed solution 1} = e” results in the characteristic equa— tion 7'2 + r — 2 2 U. The roots ol? the equation are -r = M? , 1. Hence the general solution is y = ole—2" + ege". Its derivative is y’ 2 w‘2c1e‘m + age": Based on the 91 Chapter 3. Second Order Linear Equations first condition, y(0) = 1, we require that c1 4» Cg = 1 . In order to satisfy y’(0) = 17 I- we find that —2c1 + C2 5 1. Solving for the constants, cl = [} and Cg = 1 . Hence % the specific solution is Mt) 2 e". 11. Substitution of the assumed solution 3; m e” results in the characteristic equa- tion 67'2 — 57' + 1 = U. The roots of the equation are 'r : 1/3,1/2. Hence the general solution is y : clef‘f3 + cgei/fl. Its derivative is y’ = clot/W3 + ege“/2/2 . Based on the first condition, 11(0) 2 1, we require that (:1 +ca = 4. In order to satisfiy the condition y’(0) = 1 , we find that (:1/3 + (12/2 2 0. Solving for the con— stants, c1 x 12 and (:2 m —8. Hence the specific solution is 31(1‘.) = 12 (at/3 — Sci/2. 12. The characteristic equation is 7'2 + 37' z 0, with roots 1' = ~3, 0. Therefore the general solution is y = c1 + ege‘3‘, with derivative y’ = «*3 egeml‘”. In order to satisfy the initial conditions, we find that C] + Cg : —_, and —3 Cg m 3_ Hence the specific solution is y(t) :: —i — .54". 13. The characteristic equation is 'rfl + 57‘ + 3 : 07 with roots r «13 3i 9 _ 71,2 = m The general soiution is y = c1e(“5”‘/fi)‘i/3 + ege(“5+ml‘/2, with derivative '11 : Talc “geimfii—mH/‘J. ; “5 ““ m (—5—mn/2 + ‘5 + Vl3 r 2 In order to satisfy the initial conditions, we require that —"-—\/13 —" v13 c1+c3=1 and +c1+J—:—~cz=0. 14. The characteristic equation is at”: + 7‘ — £1 = D , with roots 1 33 -- n =-——:i:—-—-—-. ’1“ a 4 Chapter 3. Second Order Linear Equations / 9" 0.: ll 43. P = 1, Q 5 3:32, R = 3:. Note that P” —» Q’ + R r— —5:r, and therefore the differential equation is not exact. 45. P z .752, Q 2.1:, R. = _1. We have P” — Q’ + R z D. The equation is exact. W'rite the equation as {:11'331’)’ ~— (n:y)’ = 0. After integration, we conclude that 9:23," —~ my 2 c. Divide both sides of the ODE by 1:2. The resulting equation is linear, with integTa‘ting factor it x 1/13. Hence (y/a‘)’ = CHI—3. The solution is Mr.) i aka-"1 + egaz. £17. P = r1:2 , Q = :r, B, m 3:2 w I12. Hence the coefficients are 2P” — Q = 39: and P” - Q' + R = 3:2 + 1 ~19. The adjoint of the original differential equation is given by may.” + 3.1; ,u’ + {:r2 + 1 - ugh}, : U . :19. P = 1, Q I (l, R = —;r. Hence the coefficients are given by 213” — Q r— 0 and P” — Q' + R t w—ra: . Therefore the adjoint of the original equation is a” — .1: h, r» O . 2" _ . _.- a t . . 2. e 3‘ = ele '5’ n (:‘(cos d w “I. 5111 3). 3. eiTr = cos w-i-i sin 7r = ——l. 4. cg“%i = e2(cos s —-'i sin 1}) = —efl’.i. (3'. 7r"1+2i = e(”i"*'2i)1“ ‘“‘ = e'l“ Tre2 1“ "f 7- (cos(21n a) + i? sin(2 1n fi))/7r. 8. The cl'iaracteristic equation is r2 -— 2r + G = I}, with roots r L“ 1 i W5 . Hence the general solution is y : cle" cos \/5—t + (3-3 e" sin \l5t. 9. The characteristic equation is r2 + 27' — 8 = 0, with roots r = —4 ,2 . The roots are real and different, hence the general solution is y = ole—4" + Cg e”. 10. The characteristic equation is r2 + 21' + 2 fl 0, with roots 1' r- —1 :i: Hence the general solution is y : cle‘t cos 1.? + r32 e" sin t. 12. The characteristic equation is 4?? + 9 = U, with roots r «1 fig Hence the general solution is y m (:1 cos(3t/2) + C2 sin(3t/2). 13. The characteristic equation is 7'2 + 27' + 1.25 = 0, with roots r = —1 i Hence the general solution is y : ole": cos(t/2) + C2 e‘i‘ shut/2). :izi. [JIM 15. The characteristic equation is 7'2 + r + 1.25 = O , with roots 7‘ = — Hence the Teneral solution is 1' fi c (ff/2 cos i. + Cg e'i/2 sin t. s J 1 ii 3.3 99 MI.‘ 16. The characteristic equation is “1'2 + Air + 6.25 r» U , with roots '1' 7—“ _‘2 :i: Hence the general solution is y : ole-2" cos(3t/2) + c: ed" sin(3t/2). roots 7' = i‘li. Hence the 17. The characteristic equation is r2 +4 : D, with y : c1 cos 2i; + c-_: sin 2!. . Now *5" = —‘2c1 sin 21‘. + 2(12 cos 2t . = O, we require that c1 7— 0. In order to satisfy general solution is The constants are c1 :0 and Based on the first condition, y(0) the condition 'y’(0) = 1, we find that 20; :— 1. (:2 : 1/2. Hence the specific solution is y(t) = 12- sin 2t. 19. The characteristic equation is 7'2 ~— ‘Z'r + 5 s 0, with roots r = 1 :1: 2i. Hence the general solution is y = clet cos 2t + Cg e" sin 21:. Based on the initial condition y(7r/‘2) = 0, we require that c1 7— D. It follows that y 3 c2 et sin 21,, and so the first derivative is y' = C2 et sin 2t + ‘20; ct cos 215. In order to satisfy the condition 11"(7r/2) :2 .‘2, we find that —2E€7r/2C2 : ‘2. Hence we have (:2 r» —-c‘”/'3 . Therefore 0 the specific solution is y(t) = —e / 5 \LJ ‘20. The characteristic equation is r2 + 1 r— 0, with roots 1' = ii. Hence the gen— eral solution is y = {:1 cos '1: + Cg sin 15. Its derivative is y’ = —~c1 sin 15+ ca cos t. Based on the first condition, Mir/3) = ‘2, we require that c1 + flag = 4. In err der to satisfy the condition y’(n/3) = —4 , we find that —-\/§ c1 + Cg = —~8. Solving these for the constants, c1 t 1 + 2x/‘d and c: = -» 2. Hence the specific solution is a steady oscillation, given by 310;) = (1 + 2J3) cos t + — 2) sin t. ‘21. From Problem 15, the general solution is y = ole—"1’2 cos H- C2 e“""2 sin t. In— voking the first initial condition, y(0) = 3 , which implies that c; z 3 . Substituting, "/2 sin t, and so the first derivative is it follows that y = 3(3’”2 cos t-i— cg e'” : ' ii 3 . . y’ = —3e"‘/J cos 1; —« Sta—""3 sin t + ca {5 .1 (3-1 _ _ Le 11"[2511113. I 0 ; , .4 ._ '1 V“ cos t — l-JI'I Invoking the initial condition, y’m) = 1 , we find tha —% + c; = 1 , and so cg = 3.04 Chapter 3. Second Order Linear Equations M 9° 4:. 4-5. p(t) = 3i. and q(t) : if" . We have :1; = ftdt = (32/2. Furthermore, N) + 272mm) 3 (1 Haw 9 3/2 ' ‘ ’ ' ~ {003)} The ratio is not constant, and therefore the equation cannot be transformed. 46. 11(13) 2 t — 1/1? and q(t) m t2 . We have .‘L‘ = ftdt 2152/2. Furthermore, 0’“) + QWMU) : 1 2 new“ The ratio is constant, and therefore the equation can be transformed. From Problem 43, the transformed equation is (12y dy r. + — +1; = (i‘r- (in: Based on the methods in this section, the characteristic equation is 1'2 + r + 1 = i], with roots 7' 2 —% :i: . The general solution is y(;r) 2 alarm/2 cos Vim/2 + Cg 6““2 sin {gm/2. Since :1: = t2/2 , the solution in the original variable t is y(t) = efil‘E/‘1[c1cos(\/§t2/4)+ Cg sin(\/§t2/4):| . 2. The characteristic equation is 97'2 + 67' + 1 = O, with the double root 1‘ x —1/3. The general solution is y(t) 7» cle‘l/3 + Cate—U3. 3. The cl'iaracteristic equation is 47'? — 417‘ w 3 = D , with roots '1' = —1/2, 3/2 . The general solution is y(t) : c] 5‘”? + elem/2 4. The characteristic equation is 41-75" + 12_1'+ 9 2 U, with double root r = “3/2. The general solution is y(t) = (Cl + (:3 t)e“3"/2. 5. The characteristic equation is 1'2 u- 21' + 10 = O, with complex roots 2" = 1 i 31".. The general solution is Mt) = c-le" cos 3t -i— ege" sin 3t. 6. The characteristic equation is r2 — 67' + 9 = D, with the double root 1' =‘ 3 . The general solution is y(t) = clc3t + eat em. 7. The cl'iaracteristic equation is 472 + 17‘1'4-4: 0, with roots 7‘ = —1/4, —4. The general solution is Mt) = clc"’/‘I + ege‘“. 8. The characteristic equation is 167‘2 + 247‘ + Q = 0, with double root 1‘ 2 —3/4. The general solution is 31(1) 2 r.'1e”“‘“‘/‘l + cgte -—3.l./-'1 106 Chapter 3. Second Order Linear Equations ((1) Given that y’(0) 2" b, we have —3/‘2 + (:3 = b, or Cg : b-t— 3/2. Hence the solution is y(t) = 6‘3"” + [h + %)te‘3‘/2. Since the second term dominates, the long—term solution depends on the sign of the coefficient b + 3/ 2. The critical value is b = —3/2. 16. The characteristic roots are r1 = 7‘; x 1/2. Hence the general solution is given by y(t) = c-gei/2 + cat et/E. Invoking the initial conditions, we require that cl = 2, and that l. + c; = b. The specific solution is Mt} = 2e”2 + (b ~1}t61/2' Since the second term dominates, the longmterni solution depends on the sign of the coefficient {J — 1. The critical value is b = 1. 1.8.(a) The characteristic roots are n = r2 2 —2/3. Therefore the general solution is given by y(t) = 816-2” 3 + cate‘m/S. Invoking the initial conditions, we require that cl = e, and that —2e/3+ c3 = —1. After solving for the coefficients, the specific solution is y(t) = (1641/3 + — 1)te"”2"/3_ (13) Since the second term dominates, the long—term solution depends on the sign of the coefficient m i . The critical value is a. = 3/2. 20.(a) The characteristic equation is 7'2 + 2n '1' + a“) : ('1' + e.)2 ""—"“ D . (b) With Mt) = 20. , Abel’s Formula becomes LV-{yl 7CUE) : 66— 2a (ll. : cenflut ' (c) y] m e‘“ is a solution. From part (1)), “Eu? emfltyflt) +ee’""yg(t) =cc ‘, which can be written as resulting in e‘” yg{t) = ct. 23. Set ya = t2 oft) . Substitution into the ODE results in {1(th + zl't-u’ + 21)) — new + 2m) + 612% = 0. After collecting terms, we end lip with file” = 0. Hence aft) 2 (:1 + Cgt, and thus ya“) 2 cit2 + Cgfiu. Setting (:1 = O and (:2 n 1, we obtain yg(t) = fig. 24. Set 11-305) = tv(t) . Substitution into the ODE results in t2(t’U” + 2-u’) + now + e) — em = 0. 3.4 M 107 After collecting terms, we end up with tan” + =1t2'u’ "—r 0. This equation is linear in the vru'iable m 2 e’. It follows that e’U) 2 ct'“1, and n05) :— c. {73 + c2 . Thus “'3 m“) 7— ent—2 -}~ Cgt . Setting (:1 = 1 and £2 = O, we obtain yfit) = t '. 26. Set ya“) 2 to(t). Substitution into the ODE results in U” — 'U’ = [1. This ODE is linear in the variable in = 11’. It follows that 'u’('(.) m clef, and 110‘.) x (:1 e" + (32. Thus 31136) : clie‘ «1— cat. Setting c1 : 1 and (:3 2 {1, we obtain 3130‘.) 2 te‘. 28. Set yaks) = e‘“*u(:a). Substitution into the ODE results in :1: — 2 T} H + {Ewle’zfl This ODE is linear in the variable to = 1;” . An integrating factor is mwfl p. x e- m—1 (in: m (3’1. . I Rewrite the equation as [ ' ] = D, from which it follows that *u’ (re) 2 c(:L‘ w 1)e“"i 37”] Hence Mm) 2 else”: + (12 and yam) = cla- + ege‘". Setting (:1 = 1 and c3 2 0, we obtain yg(.7:) : an 29. Set yg(:r) 2 311m} ’UffL‘), in which y; (:u) = 3:1/‘le2V/E. It can be verified that yl is a solution of the ODE, that is7 :L'gyl” — (:u w 0.1875)y1 2 0. Substitution of the given form of in results in the differential equation leg/4v" + Hit?“ -l— res/‘1)u' = 0 . This ODE is linear in the variable in = U’. An integrating factor is a H : ef[2mfii’f'+fi3d1n in I Rewrite the equation as a”; 10’] = 0, from which it follows that o"(:i:) = Integrating7 11(3)) 2 clem'fi + C2 and as a result1 yfim) m owl/"64¢"? + egmlf‘lez‘fl. Setting (:1 = 1 and Cg = 0, we obtain yam) 2531/4194“? 32. Direct substitution verifies that y. = em‘hfl/2 's a solution of the ODE. Now set yam) x 1111(35) Substitution of ya into the ODE results in 11"» first" x O. This ODE is linear in the variable w = u’. An integrating factor is p = 6532/2. Rewrite the equation as [ B‘ISm'J/q‘vf] = 07 from which it follows that gems/2 . 'U I (3:) Cl ...
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