Use the linearshooting method to approximate the solution to the following boundary-value problems. a. y" = 3y'+ 2y + 2x + 3, 0 < x < I, y(0) = 2, y(l) = 1; use/t = 0.1. b. y" = 4x_ly' 2x_2 y + 2x_2 Inx, 1 < x < 2, y(l) =-i, y(2) = ln2; use h 0.05. c. y" = -(x + l)y' + 2y + (I -x 2 )e-x , 0 < x < 1, y(0) = -1, y(l) = 0; use/i = 0.1. d. y" = xly' + 3x_2 y + x _l Inx 1, 1 < x < 2, y(l) = y(2) = 0; use/? = 0.1

Anisia Jackson 9/04/2017 Topic Write-Up Writing an inequality for a real-world situation Sources: ALEKS & YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watchv=hi42M1QbeOw Real life application: When you are using a coupon for buy one and get one free or equal to less value. If you are at shoe carnival and you buy a pair of shoes for $35 you can get a pair of shoes for $35 or less. Connection from last topic: When using linear equations, you can compare them with equal or less value using symbols to clarify them. Example: At the airport check-in, each piece of luggage must not be more than 50 pounds. Now we will us the facts to write the inequalities. We look at the chart and figure out which symbol