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Neither do I. The least you can do is type out the problem statement for this threadpolibuda said:Well, I don't see any problem in my thread.
You can check your work yourself by verifying that what you found for x(t) and y(t) satisfy the original differential equations.polibuda said:Could somebody check my sample task and tell if something is wrong?
A system of differential equations is a set of equations that describes the relationship between a set of variables and their rates of change. These equations are used to model dynamic systems in various fields such as physics, engineering, and biology.
The elimination method involves using algebraic operations to eliminate one variable from a system of equations, leaving a simpler equation with fewer variables. This method is commonly used to solve linear systems of equations.
The elimination method is best suited for systems of differential equations that are linear and have a small number of variables. It may not be the most efficient method for solving nonlinear systems or systems with a large number of variables.
The steps for solving a system of differential equations by elimination are as follows:1. Write the equations in standard form.2. Choose a variable to eliminate.3. Use algebraic operations to eliminate the chosen variable.4. Solve the resulting equation for the remaining variable.5. Substitute the value of the remaining variable into one of the original equations to find the value of the eliminated variable.6. Repeat the process until all variables have been eliminated.7. Check the solution by substituting the values into the original equations.
Yes, the elimination method may not work for systems of differential equations that have singular matrices or inconsistent equations. In these cases, other methods such as substitution or matrix methods may be more suitable.