(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data

Use variations of parameters to find the general solutions of the following differential equations.

y'''''-4y'''=32exp^(2x)

2. Relevant equations

no relevant equations.

3. The attempt at a solution

hey there, I tried solving this question. I got the homogeneous equation.

y_{h}(x)=C_{1}+C_{2}x+C_{3}X^{2}+C_{4}exp^(2x)+C_{5}exp^(-2x)

but after this step.. I am stuck..

Because I am not quite sure whether I am in the correct path to look for the general solutions. After I have this equation, I did the wronskian matrix, I found the determinant of the 5X5 matrix is 512. Am I correct? Please correct me if I am not in the journey to my answer.

Besides that , If I were to use the variations of parameters. The matrix would be 5X5 dimensions. Is it correct?

Thanks

edited due to duplication on the template question.. sorry..

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# Homework Help: 5th order DE with g(x)=32exp^(2x)

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