When solving diff-eq's given initial values, e.g.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

y'' - 2y ' + y = 0

y (0) = 0

y ' (0) = 1

Can one assume immediately that

y(0) = c0

and y ' (0) = c1

?

Since these are the first 2 terms in the series?

Thanks!

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# Differential Equations through Power Series Expansion

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