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## Main Question or Discussion Point

dy/dt + y = [tex]\infty[/tex] [tex]\sumSin(nt)/n^2[/tex] n=1

Ok still a bit new with all these symbols and stuff but that is the basic jist of it.

y(t) = yh(t) + yp(t) it what i thought about using to start off with, yh(t) = Acos2t + Bsin2t.

Then subbing yp(t) into the differential equation. Not really sure about how to do this, help much appreciated :)

Ok still a bit new with all these symbols and stuff but that is the basic jist of it.

y(t) = yh(t) + yp(t) it what i thought about using to start off with, yh(t) = Acos2t + Bsin2t.

Then subbing yp(t) into the differential equation. Not really sure about how to do this, help much appreciated :)