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I 2nd order linear ODE with varying coefficients

  1. Dec 16, 2016 #1
    How could I solve following differential equation?
    [tex] \frac {d^2x} {dt^2} - [a \cos {(\omega t + \phi_0)} + c] x = b \cos {(\omega t + \phi_0)} + d [/tex]

    Where [tex]a, b, c, d, \omega, \phi_0 [/tex] are real coefficients.
     
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