Phantom L.

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Differential Equation: Need Help

Determine the specific solution of the following initial-value problems. y''-6y'+9y=0, y(-2)=1 and y'(-2)=0

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Bobosharif S. answered • 03/11/18

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Phantom L.

Mr. Bob, I spent some time trying to figure out how you solved for A and B, but I couldn't quite get it. How did you solve for A and B?
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Bobosharif S.

A-2B=e6 (multiply by -3 and add to the second equation)
-3A+6B=-3e6
 3A-5B=0
(-3A+3A)+(6B-5B)=-3e6, B=-3e6
A=2B+e6=2(-3e6)+e6=-5e6
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