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Hi there,

I have a de that I have gotten maple to solve using dsolve (y'''+2y''-11y'-12y)=48-28exp(3t). When the solution comes up however, the particular solution is in an odd form: 



However, the particular solution here contains part of the homogeneous solution inside of it: namely the 11/28exp(3t) term. Is there any way to run a function on my solution...

Hey there,


So I'm trying to throw into Maple for analysis the Cauchy problem:

g := piecewise((t, y) <> (0, 0), 4*t^3*y/(t^4+y^2), (t, y) = (0, 0), 0)


Is this possible? I'm investigating Uniqueness/existence on it (even though I know the solution already, given that it's Bernoulli in dt/dy with general solution: y(t)=c^2-sqrt(t^4+c^4)  , c is an element of the reals.

I've done some googling and looking around...

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I'm looking for a simple method of finding the maximum of a continuous function on a specific interval. I've thought about just checking endpoints and critical points on the interval... or discretizing the function on the interval in an array and doing it numerically... Or is there a quicker method I'm missing perhaps? The application is: I've got a complex rational function in the Laplace domain corresponding to an analog filter and I need a way of knowing the 3dB frequency, and to do that I need the max.
In Advanced Engineering Mathematics there are a lot of math symbols within the text that don't execute. They're not simply an inert math statement, like Int or Diff, but rather the symbolic math used solely as text. How is this done?
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