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# Calculus II MA 241

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SecondOrder Linear Equations Example 1 section 78 pg 1172 problem 10 Solve the initial value problem using the method of undetermined coef cients 2 y 7 2y 96 sin 2967 110 17 40 0 Solution 1 First we solve the corresponding homogeneous equation y y 72y 0 The characteristic equation is r2 r 7 2 7quot 7 1r 2 0 with roots 7 1 72 So the general solution of the homogeneous equation is ycz Clem Cze h 2 Second we look for a particular solution of the given di erential equation Since G z sin 2x we seek a particular solution of the form ypx AzBCcos2zDsin2z Then A 7 2C sin 2x 2D cos 2x y 740 cos 2x 7 4D sin 2x So substituting into the given di erential equation we have 740 cos 2x74D sin 2xA72C sin 2x2D cos 2x72 Ax B 0 cos 2x D sin 2x sin 2x or 72Az A 7 2B 740 2D 7 20 cos 2x 74D 7 2C 7 2D sin 2x z sin 2x or 72Az A 7 2B 760 2D cos 2x 76D 7 2C sin 2x z sin 2x This is true if 72A1 A72B0 76C2D0 76D7201 The solution of the system is 1 1 1 3 A77 B77 077 D77 2 4 20 20 A particular solution is therefore i 1 1 1 2 3 2 yp m 7 2x 4 20cos m 20sin m 3 By the superposition principle the general solution is l l l 3 ycz ypz Clem 025 7 am 7 Z 7 cos 2x 7 sin 2x The nal step is to nd 01 and Cg such that the general solution satis es the initial conditions y0 1y 0 0 lmposing the initial condition y0 17 we get 1 1 y001027171 or 13 0102 E To impose the other initial condition we rst di erentiate the solution 1 2 6 y z 016m 7 2026 2m 7 E 7 sin 2x 7 E cos 2x 20 So 1 6 ymyqi27 7 6o or 4 01 7 202 g The solution of the system 13 4 0102i 017202g 10 is 3 7 07 07 15 2 m Therefore 3m 7 1 1 1 3 yz7e 76 77x7777cos2z77s1n2x 5 10 2 4 20 20 Example 2 section 78 pg 1172 problem 26 Solve the initial value problem using the method of variation of parameters 721 MM 3 1 First7 we solve the corresponding homogeneous equation y 4y 4y 0 The charac teristic equation is r2 47quot 4 7quot 22 0 with roots r12 72 So the general solution of the homogeneous equation is yew Cle h C e zm 2 Second7 we look for a particular solution of the given di erential equation Using variation of parameters7 we seek a solution of the form ypx 111xe 2m u x e zm Then uQLe Zm u zxe zw 0 uQLe Zm u zze h 0 6 O r 72m u e zm u 2e 2 113726 25 u 2e 2m 7 2x64 6 3 Solving the above systern7 we get 7 1 7 1 ul uz 7 E or 1 1 11195 E 295 Therefore 1 1 1 7 72m 72m 7 72m 7 7 72m 7 72m ypx i u1e u2ze x6 2 e 2ze 3 By the superposition principle7 the general solution is l MW pr Cleizm ngeizm Ee zm 93 Examp 85 Lenyjk 010 wow 2mm 515 243 5 d l Q X L H a A p x Q X K 6 p af al 39PWX 05 71 5 A 3 I Q39Z fl 1leH 393 S 4169 anqlaL1u3t1qm 3 491A 1 n3 0K 3ZQ 3 Ltadff39k O X z 43 Curved a ram 39KCaZ 39 P R gut 7Cy OgiS 9 42291 521 it At 13 b L mmgu J 1 f3 J3 O 3 V act t9 0H n 74 Hi 0 aha 939115 4 40 HM Lt Woks L1 1 43 iJE Mm u 3 155 Lf K 4k 51 u u3kll1 2 39 3 A 3 quots w ampE

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