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Unformatted text preview: 1. Solve the differential equation: SateThan: X+Q 3. Solve the following differential equation: 1
Edy + gemsmsinxdcc = 0. 4. An electromotive force __ 51/0313, ostgl,
Em"{ 0Vozts, t>1, is applied to an LR series circuit in which the inductance is 5 henries and
the resistance is 10 ohms. Find the current i(t) if z’(0) = 0. LgﬁH’x'x : am \6/> 5. Solve the following initial value problem: tzy’ + 2:3; * y3 = 0 yd) = 1 © 6. Consider the following differential equation: @
ﬁg = 22:2 + 433; + 9'2. (11: A. Determine whether the existence theorem guarantees that the differential
equation possesses a unique solution through the point (1‘ O). i
B. Solve the differential equation. ‘ G x} “C’M‘QW
Lt“: Ut—t—L :) :ux In Ema—“H
A, I 2X “
Q 4? x fi'l‘“ '= 24—4411 +q
x. u a e» ln\“*‘\ mwcl
“*2... :l
“H :_ QX\ => u+l = C‘KUiZCK é?“(\"cﬂzmx
“H. ex?“
x __ :3 __ 23X =3 —_f_.__
2 hicxk Q T “F l—CX m ...
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This note was uploaded on 02/12/2012 for the course MTH 205 taught by Professor Sadik during the Spring '11 term at American Dubai.
 Spring '11
 sadik
 Differential Equations, Equations

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