Hi all,
I want to solve equations of the form:
\dot x + x + y = sin(\omega t)
\dot y = \dot x - y
This is not a standard type of form for Runge-Kutta or linear systems of equations because
\dot y = f(\dot x, y, t)
instead of
\dot y = f(x, y, t).
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