 # Section 3.5 – Nonhomogeneous Equations; Method of Undetermined Coefficients

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1. Find the general solution of the equation/solve the initial value problem
1. $$y''+6y'+9y=t\cos(2t)$$
2. $$4y''+y'=4t^3+48t^2+1$$
3. $$y''+2y'+y=4e^{-t}$$, $$y(0)=2$$, $$y'(0)=1$$​

1. $$y=c_1e^{-3t}+c_2te^{-3t}+\left(\dfrac{5t}{169}+\dfrac{18}{2197}\right)\cos(2t)+\left(\dfrac{12t}{169}-\dfrac{92}{2197}\right)\sin(2t)$$
2. $$y=c_1+c_2e^{-\frac{t}{4}}+t^4+t$$
3. $$y=\left(2+3t+2t^2\right)e^{-t}$$

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2. Find the form of a particular solution for each of the following nonhomogeneous equations.
1. $$y''+2y'+2y=e^{-t}\sin t+e^{-t}\cos 2t$$
2. $$y''-2y'+y=te^{t}+t^2e^{-t}+e^t\cos t+t^2$$​

1. $$y_p=Y=te^{-t}[A\cos(t)+B\sin(t)]+e^{-t}[C\cos(2t)+D\sin(2t)]$$
2. $$y_p=Y=t^2e^t(At+B)+e^{-t}(Ct^2+Dt+E)+e^t(F\cos(t)+G\sin(t))+Ht^2+It+J$$

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