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Year 2, Semester 2 Exam Papers
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SECTION 1 (Compulsory) (1) (a) Define the Wronskian W of two independent solutions y1(x) and y2(x) of the differential equation D²y+P(x)Dy+Q(x)y =Show that y = v1y1+v2y2 is a particular solution of D²y+P(x)Dy+Q(x)y=R(x) where Dv1 = -y2R/W and Dv2 = y1R/W. [10 marks] Show that y1(x) = x and y2(x) = ex are solutions of the differential equation (x-1)D²y-xDy+y=0. By calculating the Wronskian W = W(y1, y2) and by converting the non-homogeneous differential equation (x-1)D²y-xDy+y = (x-1)²ex into standard form.

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