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    Solve the initial value problem

    y" + 2y' + y = 0
    y(0) = 1
    y'(0) = -3.

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    y''+2y'+y = 0
    auxiliary equation is,
    m^2+2m+1= 0
    (m+1)^2 = 0
    m = -1, -1 ===> ...

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