Solving h(x): Find the Right Answer

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In summary, the Wronskian of f, g, and h is 6x, where f(x)=1, g(x)=x, h(0)=0, and h'(0)=0. To find h(x), we can use the method of undetermined coefficients and solve for h''=6x. This results in h(x)=x^3.
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Homework Statement


the wronskian of f, g and h is 6x
W(f,g,h)=6x
f(x)=1
g(x)=x
h(0)=0
h'(0)=0

find h(x).

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The Attempt at a Solution


I just need someone to solve it and compare it with my answer.

from the Wronskian I get
h''=6x
I use the method of undetermined coefficients and find that:

h(x)=t3

Is this correct ?
I went over this a few times and I didn't find any mistake, but I'm not sure about this.
Would appreciate if someone could also solve it.
 
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Roni1985 said:

The Attempt at a Solution


I just need someone to solve it and compare it with my answer.

from the Wronskian I get
h''=6x
I use the method of undetermined coefficients and find that:

h(x)=t3

yes that is correct, just you have h(x) and not h(t) so h=x3
 
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rock.freak667 said:
yes that is correct, just you have h(x) and not h(t) so h=x3

yea right x^3

Thanks a lot...
 

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