7. Find the solution to the following IVP 22 (3 Tteubpd les y'+5y 2t+7 y(0) =2...
Consider the following IVP y″ + 5y′ + y = f (t), y(0) = 3, y′(0) = 0, where f (t) = { 8 0 ≤ t ≤ 2π cos(7t) t > 2π (a) Find the Laplace transform F(s) = ℒ { f (t)} of f (t). (b) Find the Laplace transform Y(s) = ℒ {y(t)} of the solution y(t) of the above IVP. Consider the following IVP y" + 5y' + y = f(t), y(0) = 3, y'(0) =...
Question 1: [25 pts] Consider the IVP y" – 4y' - 5y = 0, y(0) = 1, y0) = 2. a) Find the solution of the given IVP using the corresponding characteristic equation. b) Find the solution of the IVP using the Laplace Transform. c) Does the solution change if we would change the second initial condition as y'(0)=3? Explain.
Please show all steps to solution. 7. Use a suitable Fourier Transform to find the solution of the IVP 2t-r-1 ,2-1 t 〉 0, , u(x, t), uz (x, t) 0asx→00, t〉0, → 7. Use a suitable Fourier Transform to find the solution of the IVP 2t-r-1 ,2-1 t 〉 0, , u(x, t), uz (x, t) 0asx→00, t〉0, →
Question 2 2 pts Consider the solution to the IVP y - ry=2; y(0) = 2 Find y' (0) Question 3 2 pts Consider the solution to the IVP y - ry=r; y(0) = 2 Find y" (0) Question 4 4 pts Consider the solution to the IVP w"-() = 0; y(0) = 1; 7 (0) = 2 Find the coefficient of in its Taylor expansion centered ato.
Consider the solution to the IVP y' - xy = x; y(0) = 2 Find y' (0) Consider the solution to the IVP y' - xy = t; y(0) = 2 Find y" (0)
Use Taylor's second order method to approximate the solution. y'=-5y+5t^(2)+2t, 0 ≤ t ≤ 1, y(0) = 1/3,with h = 0.1 Also, compare relative errors if the actual solution is: y=t^(2) + 1/3 * e^(-5t)
Consider the solution to the IVP y - my=2; y(0) = 2 Find y" (0)
3. (2 pts) The solution of the IVP y = f(y), y(0) = 4 is known to be y(t) = 1+ 9-t. Suppose yz(t) is the solution of the IVP y = f(y), y(2) = 4. Find the solution ya(t).
Consider the solution to the IVP 9 – = ; g (0) = 2 Find y" (0) Consider the solution to the IVP tư – (g)? = 0; }(0) = 1; / (0) = 2 Find the coefficient of 25 in its Taylor expansion centered at 0.
Find the solution of the IVP (3x^2 + y^2) + (2xy + cos y) y' =0 ; y(2)=0