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    A) Solve the Initial value Problem:
    y"+y=dπ(t)+d2π(t)+d3π(t)+......dnπ(t)
    ******dπ.- meaning delta sub index phi********
    b) Graph the solution on the interval [0,3π]
    c) Discuss the behaviour of the solution in relation to the equation.

    I am looking for a solution for this problem. I need the solution to be very esplicit for all three parts and explain all assumptions. For the solution please use laplace transformations and partial fractions.

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    The initial value problems involved in Laplace transformations are determined.

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