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January 22, 2021 12:29 pmpts 30 pts
Solve xe 4x+ 2y = e dx dx2 (A) y = C.x1 + C,x2 + X? ex (B) y = C,x - C,x2 + x2 ex (C) y = C.Xl - c.x2 -x2 ex (D) y = C,x + C,x2 + x ex
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  • Priyadarshan Choursiya
    see attachment
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  • Satpal singh
    and basis functions in C.F. are same in both options
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  • Satpal singh
    bcoz if u see P.I. of both options are same
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  • Satpal singh
    otherwise logically a , b are correct
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  • Satpal singh thankyou
    then for go for option 1
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  • Satpal singh Best Answer
    see this pdf
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  • Satpal singh
    bcoz we can assume -c2 as new constant
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    Ankur Rao
    it is in single correct.
  • Satpal singh
    option a , b are correct
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  • Satpal singh
    see the attachment
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  • Satpal singh
    see the attachment
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