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Given that http://forums.cramster.com/Answer-Board/Image/cramster-equation-200641003458632802260985487500893.gif [Broken] is the complementary function for the differential equation http://forums.cramster.com/Answer-Board/Image/cramster-equation-200641003635632802261951581250765.gif [Broken] use the variation of parameters method to find a particular solution of yp

Well i think i use the wronskian 1st, so that would be w= http://forums.cramster.com/Answer-Board/Image/cramster-equation-2006410038406328022632042375002059.gif [Broken] then i use the integrals to find u1 and u2. But what do I do next?

Well i think i use the wronskian 1st, so that would be w= http://forums.cramster.com/Answer-Board/Image/cramster-equation-2006410038406328022632042375002059.gif [Broken] then i use the integrals to find u1 and u2. But what do I do next?

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