Reading my first calculus course at my first semester as an "Computer Engineer". In Sweden it's called "Single Variable Calculus".(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I have my first exams next week and i have been solving differents of DE's.

y'-3y'+2y = 2e^{x}

But now i have encountered a problem in my "partikulär lösning", z'' -z' = 2.

Before when i just had z'' = 2, i could integrate it twice and get my solution.

Sorry for my ignorance, im totally new and i hope i have formulated my question good.

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# DE of second order

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