Solve by series of expansion: Put in closed form: 2xy'' + (1-2x^2)y' - 4xy = 0
Solve by series of expansion: Put in closed form: 2xy'' + (1-2x^2)y' - 4xy = 0
xy + y' = 160x
Learning about homogeneous functions and this was the example given to practice this topic.
I'm having trouble doing a linear laplace transform. The question is solve for ivp y'' -2y' +2y = cos t y(0) = 1, y'(0) = 0
For the differential equation: 2(1-x)y''-3y'+(y/x)=0 What are the singular points and determine whether they are regular or irregular? Then find the roots of the indicial equation Thank...
Can u help me solve this problem: (cos y) dy/dx - sin(y) = x, where y(0)=0
A toilet cistern was emptied and refilled and the following data obtained: t = [ 0 2 3 4 5 8 14 23 28 34 41 53 74] time in seconds h = [17.5 11 7 4 2 0.5 5 10 12 15 16 17 17.5]; height...
Please could someone show me a step by step method that works for all these kind of problems.
By using the Green's function, solve: y''-αy =e^(-αx) with initial conditions y(0)=y'(0) = 0 thank you to whoever can do this in detail for me :)
i dont know how to deal with e and sine in the same equation.
i dont understand this at all!! help me with this asap!!
csc = cosecant confusing!!
the might be the most confusing question for me, in my opinion.
before using differentiation, do I have to FOIL the problem first? i need help.
log_5 means that the base is 5. ((3x^2) - 4x) is counted as the exponent for e. * means multiply
Differentiation. i need help with this problem.
(*The dot next to the N means N prime) A lake is stocked with an initial population of fish N0 (at t = 0). Over time the fish population N(t) grows according to the differential...
Differentiability and continuity
The governing equation: ∂Ω/∂t = (∂2Ω/∂x2)-DH(∂Ω/∂x) Find the steady-state solution Ω(x) from the boundary conditions: Ω(0) =1,Ω(1)=0
Solve the following differential equation with the given initial condition: (1-t^2) dy/dt = 2t, y=0 when t=0, for -1< t < 1