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BillKet

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$$y''=-iA\sin{(\omega t)}y'-B^2y$$

with the initial conditions ##y(t=0)=0## and ##y'(t=0)=B##. I can look at it numerically but I was wondering if there is a way to get something analytical out of it. In my case I have ##B<<A,\omega## (not sure if that helps), but I am interested in the way ##y## depends on B, so I can't just drop that term either. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!