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The general solution is a linear combination of two linearly independent solutions y

p.s. I think something is not right with your notation e^(xt) .

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It is linear in y not x.

L is a linear operator if

L[Ʃa_{n}y_{n}]=Ʃa_{n}L[y_{n}]

L is a linear operator if

L[Ʃa

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Ah, OK. Thanks guys.

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