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OpenStudy (anonymous):

Homogeneous Linear Equations: General Solutions: Solve the initial value problem. y"-4y'-5y=0 y(-1)=3, y(-1)=9 I found the general solution to be: y= c1e^(5t)+c2e^(-t) y'=5c1e^(5t)-c2e^(-t) When I plug in the values I am having trouble simplifying

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OpenStudy (freckles):

Ok which one is y' ? or are they both for y? I assume one of them is for y' since you showed us y'. I could be wrong.

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