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# In 1–10 write the given differential equation | Ch 4.5 - 3E

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## Solution for problem 3E Chapter 4.5

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Problem 3E

Problem 3E

In Problems 1–10 write the given differential equation in the form L(y) = g(x), where L is a linear differential operator with constant coefficients. If possible, factor L.

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Solution

In this question we have to write the differential equation in the form of

Step 1

Here the given differential equation is

Using the differential operator D , rewriting the differential equation

Now by factorization

The equation is in the form of .

Step 2 of 1

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