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anyways, use method of undetermined coeff. to solve

y" + y = x*cos(x) - cos(x)

thanks.

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anyways, use method of undetermined coeff. to solve

y" + y = x*cos(x) - cos(x)

thanks.

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Hi

anyways, use method of undetermined coeff. to solve

y" + y = x*cos(x) - cos(x)

thanks.

I'm assuming that you've found the homogeneous solution. For the particular solution, notice that we have a

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