chillywilly12a
2020-12-17
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Define a solution the given initial-value problem.

${4}^{\u2033}\text{}+\text{}4{y}^{\prime}4y=\delta (t\text{}-\text{}4)$

$y(0)=1$

${y}^{\prime}(0)=2$

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