Solve the differential equation {eq}y''+3y=e^{3x} + \sin 2x {/eq}


Solve the differential equation {eq}y''+3y=e^{3x} + \sin 2x {/eq}

Differential Equations:

As the name suggests, a differential equation is an equation containing a function and its derivatives of different orders. There are various ways of solving a differential equation. The most basic method for an infinitely differentiable function is that we assume the function with some arbitrary constants and then find the constants by comparison.

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We can see that the given equation contains an exponential and sin function, so we can assume the function to be:

{eq}y = ae^{3x}+b\ sin 2x...

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First-Order Linear Differential Equations


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Learn to define what a linear differential equation and a first-order linear equation are. Learn how to solve the linear differential equation. See examples.

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