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Math 221, Section 6


Old! Exam 2



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1.
Find all solutions to the homogeneous equation


y - 2y + 5y = 0



2.
The homogeneous equation


y - [1/x]y + [1/(x2)]y = 0


has, as one solution, the function y = x. Use reduction of order to find a second, linearly independent, solution.



3.
Use the method of undetermined coefficients to find a particular solution to the differential equation


y - 2y - y = sin(x)



4.
The homogeneous differential equation


y + [4/x]y + [2/(x2)]y = 0


has solutions y1 = x-1 and y2 = x-2. Use variation of parameters to find a particular solution to the inhomogeneous equation


y + [4/x]y + [2/x]y = sinx

Missing: solutions to higher order, constant coefficients, equation


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