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Old 2009-10-29, 06:17   #4
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Originally Posted by Primeinator View Post
First question: It does not matter as long as your initial conditions are the same i.e. y(-2) and y'(-2) are fine.
I think I figured out a really easy way to do it. I know they have to be the same, but its harder when they aren't at zero. Pretend initial conditions are at t = 0. After you find it replace all the t's with (t + negative initial condition offset) in this case (t+2). Its worked so far on the homework but we only had 2 of them. I think it will always work though?

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