... and evaluate the corresponding matrix product. p=(1342) so I have matrix p=[(0010),(1000),(0001),(0100)], and I have p=(13)(34)(42), but I don't really understand...
... and evaluate the corresponding matrix product. p=(1342) so I have matrix p=[(0010),(1000),(0001),(0100)], and I have p=(13)(34)(42), but I don't really understand...
The process I was taught in class was as follows: 1. Transform the second order non homogeneous DE into a system of first order DE. 2. Solve the homogeneous part. 3. Assume the solution...
Attached is the problem from my text book. I'm confused about what I'm actually solving and how to use what I know. I know that Current for the inductor is given by the equation di/dt = v/L and the...