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The "fast" method for solving non-homogeneous higher order differential equation
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Jason Lequyer
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The "fast" method for solving non-homogeneous higher order differential equation
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October 25, 2014, 03:20:54 PM »
Can the "fast" method be applied to a differential equation that has trigonometric functions on the right side? If so, how?
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Victor Ivrii
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Yes, if "trigonometric" means sin and cosine as they are just complex exponents. No for any otherâ€”tan, cot an, sec, cosec
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