yh = e(a/2)t(Acost+Bsint)
yp = Kcos(ωt)+Msin(ωt) [when r(x)=kcos(ωt) or ksin(ωt)]
The Attempt at a Solution
I got the homogeneous solution, which is e-1.5t(Acost+Bsint)
but I am having trouble with the particular solution.
I tried the above equation, making yp=K1cos(ωt)+M1sin(ωt)+K2cos(ωt)+M2sin(ωt)
since there are 2 trig functions as r(t).
I couldn't solve for the variables by plugging into the original equation because I was left with 4 variables and only 2 equations.
EDIT: realized I wasn't consistent with my independent variable, made them all t's instead of t's and x's