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general solution to L[y ] = y + 2y − 3y.
L[y ] = e 2t . That is, • Summarizing: Find the y + 2y − 3y = e2t . • We know that, for any C1 and C2, L[C1 et + C2 e−3t ] = 0 L[C1 e + C2 e
t −3t + Ae ] = 0 + 5Ae
2t 2t Method of undetermined coefﬁcients (3.5)
• Example 4. Deﬁne the operator
general solution to L[y ] = y + 2y − 3y.
L[y ] = e 2t . That is, • Summarizing: Find the y + 2y − 3y = e2t . • We know that, for any C1 and C2, L[C1 et + C2 e−3t ] = 0
• We also know that L[Ae2t ] = 5Ae2t
L[C1 e + C2 e
t −3t + Ae ] = 0 + 5Ae
2t 2t Method of undetermined coefﬁcients (3.5)
• Example 4. Deﬁne the operator
general solution to L[y ] = y + 2y − 3y.
L[y ] = e 2t . That is, • Summarizing: Find the y + 2y − 3y = e2t . • We know that, for any C1 and C2, L[C1 et + C2 e−3t ] = 0
• We also know that L[Ae2t ] = 5Ae2t
• Finally, by linearity, we know that L[C1 e + C2 e
t −3t + Ae ] = 0 + 5Ae
2t 2t Method of undetermined coefﬁcients (3.5)
• Example 4. Deﬁne the operator
general solution to L[y ] = y + 2y − 3y.
L[y ] = e 2t . That is, • Summarizing: Find the y + 2y − 3y = e2t . • We know that, for any C1 and C2, L[C1 et + C2 e−3t ] = 0
• We also know that L[Ae2t ] = 5Ae2t
• Finally, by linearity, we know that L[C1 e + C2 e
t −3t + Ae ] = 0 + 5Ae
2t 2t • So what’s left to do to ﬁnd our general solution? Pick A =? Method of undetermined coefﬁcients (3.5)
• Example 4. Deﬁne the operator
general solution to L[y ] = y + 2y − 3y.
L[y ] = e 2t . That is, • Summarizing: Find the y + 2y − 3y = e2t . • We know that, for any C1 and C2, L[C1 et + C2 e−3t ] = 0
• We also know that L[Ae2t ] = 5Ae2t
• Finally, by linearity, we know that L[C1 e + C2 e
t −3t + Ae ] = 0 + 5Ae
2t 2t • So what’s left to do to ﬁnd our general solution? Pick A = 1/5. Method of undetermined coefﬁcients (3.5)
• Example 5. Find the general solution to the equation y − 4y = et. • What is the solution to the associated homogeneous equation?
(A) yh (t) = C1 e + C2 e (B) yh (t) = C1 cos(2t) + C2 sin(2t) 2t (C) yh (t) −2t = C1 e + C2 te
2t 2t (D) yh (t) = C1 e + C2 e (E) yh (t) = C1 cos(2t) + C2 sin(2t) + e 2t −2t +e t
t Method of undetermined coefﬁcients (3.5)
• Example 5. Find the general solution to the equation y − 4y = et. • What is the solution to the associated homogeneous equation?
(A) yh (t) = C1 e + C2 e (B) yh (t) = C1 cos(2t) + C2 sin(2t) 2t (C) yh (t) −2t = C1 e + C2 te
2t 2t (D) yh (t) = C1 e + C2 e (E) yh (t) = C1 cos(2t) + C2 sin(2t) + e 2t −2t +e t
t Method of undetermined coefﬁcients (3.5)
• Example 5. Find the general solution to the equation
• What is the form of the particular solution?
(A) yp (t) = Ae (B) yp (t) = Ae (C) yp (t) = Ate−2t (D) yp (t) = Ae (E) yp (t) = Ate 2t
−2t t
t y − 4y = et. Method of undetermined coefﬁcients (3.5)
• Example 5. Find the general solution to the equation
• What is the form of the particular solution?
(A) yp (t) = Ae (B) yp (t) = Ae (C) yp (t) = Ate−2t (D) yp (t) = Ae (E) yp (t) = Ate 2t
−2t t
t y − 4y = et. Method of undetermined coefﬁcients (3.5)
• Example 5. Find the general solution to the equation y − 4y = et. • What is the value of A that gives the particular solution (Ae t (A) A = 1
(B) A = 3
(C) A = 3
(D) A = 1/3
(E) A = 1/3 )? Method of undetermined coefﬁcients (3.5)
• Example 5. Find the general solution to the equation y − 4y = et. • What is the value of A that gives the particular solution (Ae t (A) A = 1
(B) A = 3
(C) A = 3
(D) A = 1/3
(E) A = 1/3 )? Method of undetermined coefﬁcients (3.5)
− 4y = e2t. • Example 6. Find the general solution to the equation y ...
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