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#### karush

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- Jan 31, 2012

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given the differential equation

$\quad y''+5y'+6y=0$

(a)convert into a system of first order (homogeneous) differential equation

(b)solve the system.

ok just look at an example the first step would be

$\quad u=y'$

then

$\quad u'+5u+6=0$

so far perhaps???

$\quad y''+5y'+6y=0$

(a)convert into a system of first order (homogeneous) differential equation

(b)solve the system.

ok just look at an example the first step would be

$\quad u=y'$

then

$\quad u'+5u+6=0$

so far perhaps???

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