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I don't understand where the A and B come from,

if y = e^(mx), would the general solutions be y = Ae^(mx) + Be^(m_1x) assuming there are two distinct roots of the auxiliary equation? If anyone could clear this up, thanks.

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# Homework Help: Second order DE quick question

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