i want to solve the following differential equation:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

y''(x) - A*y'(x) - B*exp(-C*A*x)*y(x) = M*exp(-N*x)

A,B,C,M,N are constants.

-is there any solution of the above equation (except series solution)?

-is there any proper substitution that can turn the variable coefficient into constant?

-can i use method of undetermined coefficient to obtain particular integral?

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# ODE with variable coefficient

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