Rajat jain Asked a Question
April 27, 2020 9:30 pmpts 30 pts
(D) y(x)y(-x) is also a solution. Let u(t) be a continuously differentiable function taking non-negative values for t> 0 and satisfying u'(t) = 4u" (t); u(0) =0. Then (A) u(t) = 0 (B) u(t) = t 0 for 0
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    Rajat jain
    please explain option A.
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