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# Suppose y satisfies the equation y” + 10y’ + 25y = subject

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Problem 21E

PROBLEM 21E

Suppose y satisfies the equation y” + 10y’ + 25y = subject to y(0) = 1 and y’ (0) = -5. Estimate y(0.2) to within ±0.0001 by numerically approximating the integrals in the variation of parameters formula.

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