Unformatted text preview: L[y] = g(t).
• Include all functions that are part of the g(t) family (e.g. cos and sin)
• If part of the g(t) family is a solution to the homogeneous (h)problem,
use t x (g(t) family). Method of undetermined coefﬁcients (3.5)
• Summary  ﬁnding a particular solution to L[y] = g(t).
• Include all functions that are part of the g(t) family (e.g. cos and sin)
• If part of the g(t) family is a solution to the homogeneous (h)problem,
use t x (g(t) family).
• If t x (part of the g(t) family), is a solution to the hproblem, use t2 x (g
(t) family). etc. Method of undetermined coefﬁcients (3.5)
• Summary  ﬁnding a particular solution to L[y] = g(t).
• Include all functions that are part of the g(t) family (e.g. cos and sin)
• If part of the g(t) family is a solution to the homogeneous (h)problem,
use t x (g(t) family).
• If t x (part of the g(t) family), is a solution to the hproblem, use t2 x (g
(t) family). etc.
• For sums, group terms into families and include a term for each. Method of undetermined coefﬁcients (3.5)
• Summary  ﬁnding a particular solution to L[y] = g(t).
• Include all functions that...
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This note was uploaded on 02/12/2014 for the course MATH 256 taught by Professor Ericcytrynbaum during the Spring '13 term at UBC.
 Spring '13
 EricCytrynbaum
 Differential Equations, Equations

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