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## Homework Statement

x(t)^double prime-x(t)=tsint

## Homework Equations

## The Attempt at a Solution

in this case would I start this as x=t(A(2)+A(1))sint or do i also have to use the cos which makes it

x=t(A(2)+A(1))sint+t(B(2)+B(1))cost?

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x(t)^double prime-x(t)=tsint

in this case would I start this as x=t(A(2)+A(1))sint or do i also have to use the cos which makes it

x=t(A(2)+A(1))sint+t(B(2)+B(1))cost?

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