Hi I'm just having trouble wrapping my head around differential equations with matrices and vectors... For example: let y be a vector. let A(t) be an nxn matrix. I have the differential equation: dy/dt = A(t)y So I think I understand why the solution is y = ceA(t) But I'm having trouble understanding how to actually get information from this. For example, if someone asked be to find the yi component at some time t, I wouldn't know how to do it. My friend told me to think of the as a taylor expansion, but I'm still not entirely understanding how to do this. Can someone help explain?