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Solve the initial value problem

x''(t) + 6x'(t) + 9x(t) = f(t); x(0) = N, x'(0) = M

I get to

X(s)=(F(t)+Ns+6N+M)/(s^2+15)

and don't know where to go from here. Any help would be appreciated.

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Solve the initial value problem

x''(t) + 6x'(t) + 9x(t) = f(t); x(0) = N, x'(0) = M

I get to

X(s)=(F(t)+Ns+6N+M)/(s^2+15)

and don't know where to go from here. Any help would be appreciated.

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It seems that there are several mistakes.I get to X(s)=(F(t)+Ns+6N+M)/(s^2+15)

The Laplace transform of x(t) is X(s). With x(0) = N, x'(0) = M ,

what is the Laplace transform of x''(t) ?

what is the Laplace transform of x'(t) ?

what is the Laplace transform of f(t) ? ... it is not F(t).

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