I know how we solve ODE's and euler equations in which we have cos and/or sin terms on the right. We take the particular solution to be Acos(x) + Bsin(x). But what if we have secant or cosecant terms on the right or tan and/or cotangent terms?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Qno. 1 Are these 4 terms possible i.e. can they come in non-homogenous ODE's or euler eq's ?

Qno. 2) If yes, then how do we solve them?

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# Solving ODE's or Euler second order diff. eq's containing Asecx?

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