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d'^2 (y)/dt + 4 (dy/dt) + 4y = -7(e^(-3t)). Here I need to forced response of this differential equation using laplace transform technique.

2. Relevant equations

3. The attempt at a solution

I understand the part of converting each term to each laplace,

d^2y/dt to Y(s)*s^2, dy/dt to Y(s)*s, y(t) to Y(s), where each term is being converted from f(t) to F(s). I really confused on how to proceed with this question form here

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# Homework Help: Forced response and Laplace transform

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