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I'd like to know how to solve the following equation with matrix, if possible at all:

d ( x^2 ) / dt^2 + w^2 x = 0

I know how to solve it without having to use a matrix, but I heard it is possible to do it with matrix. How about doing it? How is this method called?

Thanks

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# Solving differential equations through matrix

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