Mathematics Calculus and Analysis 117986
Solving Initial Value Problems : Laplace Transforms and Convolution Theorem
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1. For the problem given below use the convolution theorem to write a formula for the solution of the I.V. problem in terms of f(t)

y''-5y'+6y=f(t)

y(0) = y'(0)=0

2. Use Laplace Transforms to solve the following equation

t^2 y'-2y = 2 (no IC's)

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I see where my mistake is .It is the recursion equation
But I am confused when comparing the two different questions at 1.12
Can you offer an explanation or go over how we arrive at the recursion equation as I am questioning that part of my understanding between the two questions
The only thing I can think of is that 1.12 of the older question might have an error in the inclusion of +r
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