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models equations. described above.
di erential the situationAy y(1) = y0 where
4. Solve the the IVP y = The, relationship for arbitrary functions is more
subtle. To see how, consider the followingsystem, if0any.
example
(b) Find the equilibrium solutions 2x the , if x
of
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2 cos(x) 3 .
A = y solution a they0
(c) Find the general 1 (x) = ofnd 2x =
system.
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x
, if x 0
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cos(x) following
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5. Consider the DE y y1 (x)y=
= A where x
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A
3 cos(
3x multiplicity 2
1
(a) Use the deﬁnitionytoeigenvalue4of 2 (x),,yx(x)IR that has two linearly
2 )=
(a) Show that A has one(xshow that yx)
are linearly dependent
3 cos(41 3 the2general solution of the DE.
A Hence
independent eigenvectors. = 0 give .
on x 0.
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(a) Use the deﬁnition to show that y1solve 2 (x) resulting equations and
(b) Write the DE in component form,), x), y) are are linearly dependent
(b) Use the deﬁnition show that y1 (x y2 (x the linearly dependent on
on x that A...
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This homework help was uploaded on 02/22/2014 for the course AMATH 350 taught by Professor Davidhamsworth during the Fall '12 term at University of Waterloo, Waterloo.
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