Solve the differential equation by construction the general solution from the complementary and particular functions:

    y(x) = yc(x) + yp(x)

    yc(x) complementary function

    yp(x) particular function




+4y=x' sin 2x

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d2 dx2 2 +4y=x' sin 2x

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