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## star4fifth.mw ...

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Is it this what I am supossed to do?

I am very sorry since I am new in asking questions. and OMEGA^2 is to be assumed as a known. lowercase omega is the one that i want solve for. In the uploaded sheet you will find the variables I want to solve for. Also something I tried to do that did not work. I need to solve for the 5 unknowns but they have to satisfy every equation. Yes the x^0 term which would be the first also has to be zero

## I am sorry the zero.ta[2] is just a typo...

I am sorry the zero.ta[2] is just a typo. what i tried to write was:

every coefficient in front of a x^n has to be zero for example {a1+a2}*x^3 whats inside the{} is treated as an equation and its used to solve for the desired unknowns. Now everything is treated as a known except:

beta[1], beta[2], beta[3], beta[4] and omega^2. since i have x^(n+5) i have 6 equations but only 5 unknowns.

{..}x^0,{..}x^1,{..}x^2......{..}x^5. Taking whatever is inside the {} as individual equations setting them to zero and using the 6 of them to solve for the 5 previously stated unknowns is what I am trying to achieve.

I tried using the solve({},{}) function but I had no succes with this approach.

I hope now you can understand my question better,

## I am sorry the zero.ta[2] is just a typo...

I am sorry the zero.ta[2] is just a typo. what i tried to write was:

every coefficient in front of a x^n has to be zero for example {a1+a2}*x^3 whats inside the{} is treated as an equation and its used to solve for the desired unknowns. Now everything is treated as a known except:

beta[1], beta[2], beta[3], beta[4] and omega^2. since i have x^(n+5) i have 6 equations but only 5 unknowns.

{..}x^0,{..}x^1,{..}x^2......{..}x^5. Taking whatever is inside the {} as individual equations setting them to zero and using the 6 of them to solve for the 5 previously stated unknowns is what I am trying to achieve.

I tried using the solve({},{}) function but I had no succes with this approach.

I hope now you can understand my question better,

`> solve([w(0), w(1), (D(D(w)))(0), (D(D(w)))(1)]); {a[0] = 0, a[1] = a[4], a[2] = 0, a[3] = -2 a[4], a[4] = a[4]}> solve([w(1), (D(D(w)))(1)]);      {a[0] = -a[1] + 2 a[3] + 5 a[4], a[1] = a[1],         a[2] = -3 a[3] - 6 a[4], a[3] = a[3], a[4] = a[4]}`
`This is what i got. My question is how can I make maple remember that a[0] = 0 and a[2] = 0. so i can keep       solving my equation to get an answer in terms of w(x) and x with the constants being replaced. `
`> solve([w(0), w(1), (D(D(w)))(0), (D(D(w)))(1)]); {a[0] = 0, a[1] = a[4], a[2] = 0, a[3] = -2 a[4], a[4] = a[4]}> solve([w(1), (D(D(w)))(1)]);      {a[0] = -a[1] + 2 a[3] + 5 a[4], a[1] = a[1],         a[2] = -3 a[3] - 6 a[4], a[3] = a[3], a[4] = a[4]}`
`This is what i got. My question is how can I make maple remember that a[0] = 0 and a[2] = 0. so i can keep       solving my equation to get an answer in terms of w(x) and x with the constants being replaced. `