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chatterbug219

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## Homework Statement

Solve the differential equation

y

^{(iv)}(t) - 16y(t) = 30sint

subject to y(0) = 0, y'(0) = 2, y"(∏) = 0, y'"(∏) = -18

## Homework Equations

There is a Laplace transform table attached if needed :)

## The Attempt at a Solution

I tried making it homogeneous and then taking the Laplace. But I don't think that was right because wouldn't the Laplace of y(t) just be the definition of a Laplace ∫ y(t)e

^{-st}dt? So that's where I got confused