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x' = -5y-4x

y(0) = 1

x(0) = 0

after finding the general solution as shown here

http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=y'+=+x,+x'+=+-5y-4x

how do you go about applying the initial values and finding the complete solution?

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x' = -5y-4x

y(0) = 1

x(0) = 0

after finding the general solution as shown here

http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=y'+=+x,+x'+=+-5y-4x

how do you go about applying the initial values and finding the complete solution?

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