Megan L.

asked • 10/26/17

Differential Equations - Fundamental Set of Solutions

Find the fundamental set of solutions for the given differential equation L[y]=y′′−9y′+20y=0 and initial point t0=0 that also specifies y1(t0)=1, y′1(t0)=0, y2(t0)=0 and y′2(t0)=1.

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Arturo O. answered • 10/26/17

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Megan L.

The answers I have to come up with are in this format:
y1(t)= ?
y2(t)= ?
I'm still not sure what I have to do, I understand solving for the general solution and plugging initial values to find a and b, but I'm only given what was stated in the original question.


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