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Chapter 2: Second-Order Differential Equations 2.1. Preliminary Concepts ○ Second-order differential equation e.g., Solution: A function satisfies, (I : an interval) 1

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○ Linear second-order differential equation Nonlinear: e.g., 2.2. Theory of Solution ○ Consider y contains two parameters c and d 2

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The graph of Given the initial condition The graph of 3

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Given another initial condition The graph of ◎ The initial value problem: ○ Theorem 2.1: : continuous on I, has a unique solution 4

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2.2.1.Homogeous Equation ○ Theorem 2.2: : solutions of Eq. (2.2) solution of Eq. (2.2) : real numbers Proof: 5

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6 Two solutions are linearly independent. Their linear combination provides an infinity of new solutions ○ Definition 2.1: f, g : linearly dependent If s.t. or ; otherwise f, g : linearly independent In other words, f and g are linearly dependent only if for ※

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○ Wronskian test -- Test whether two solutions of a homogeneous differential equation are linearly independent Define: Wronskian of solutions to be the 2 by 2 determinant 7

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○ Let If : linear dep., then or Assume 8

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○ Theorem 2.3: 1) Either or 2) : linearly independent iff Proof (2): (i) (if : linear indep. (P), then (Q) if ( Q), then : linear dep. ( P) ) : linear dep. 9

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(ii) (if (P), then : linear indep. (Q) if : linear dep. ( Q), then ( P)) : linear dep., ※ Test at just one point of I to determine linear dependency of the solutions 10

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11 。 Example 2.2: are solutions of : linearly independent

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。 Example 2.3: Solve by a power series method The Wronskian of at nonzero x would be difficult to evaluate, but at x = 0 are linearly independent 12

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◎ Find all solutions ○ Definition 2.2: 1. : linearly independent : fundamental set of solutions 2. : general solution : constant ○ Theorem 2.4: : linearly independent solutions on I Any solution is a linear combination of 13

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Proof: Let be a solution. Show s.t. Let and Then, is the unique solution on I of the initial value problem 14

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Nonhomogeneous Equation ○ Theorem 2.5: : linearly independent homogeneous solutions of : a nonhomogeneous solution of any solution has the form 15

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Proof: Given, solutions : a homogenous solution of : linearly independent homogenous solutions (Theorem 2.4) 16

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○ Steps: 1. Find the general homogeneous solutions of 2. Find any nonhomogeneous solution of 3. The general solution of is 2.3. Reduction of Order -- A method for finding the second independent homogeneous solution when given the first one 17

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○ Let Substituting into ( : a homogeneous solution ) Let (separable) 18

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For symlicity, let c = 1, : independent solutions 19 。 Example 2.4: : a solution Let

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Substituting into (A), For simplicity, take c = 1, d = 0 : independent The general solution: 20

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2.4. Constant Coefficient Homogeneous A, B : numbers (2.4 ) The derivative of is a constant (i.e., ) multiple of Constant multiples of derivatives of y, which has form, must sum to 0 for (2,4) ○ Let Substituting into (2,4), (characteristic equation) 21

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i) Solutions : : linearly independent The general solution: 22

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。 Example 2.6: Let, Then Substituting into (A), The characteristic equation: The general solution: 23

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ii) By the reduction of order method, Let Substituting into (2.4) 24

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Choose : linearly independent The general sol.: 。 Example 2.7: Characteristic eq. : The repeated root: The general solution: 25

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iii) Let The general sol.: 26

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。 Example 2.8: Characteristic equation: Roots: The general solution: ○ Find the real-valued general solution 。 Euler’s formula: 27

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Maclaurin expansions: 28

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。 Eq. (2.5), 29

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Find any two independent solutions Take 30 The general sol.:

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2.5. Euler’s Equation, A, B : constants -----(2.7) Transform (2.7) to a constant coefficient equation by letting 31

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Substituting into Eq. (2.7), i.e., (2.8) Steps: (1) Solve (2) Substitute (3) Obtain 32

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。 Example 2.11: (A) (B) (i) Let Substituting into (A) Characteristic equation: Roots: General solution: 33

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34 ○ Solutions of constant coefficient linear equation have the forms: Solutions of Euler’s equation have the forms:

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2.6. Nonhomogeneous Linear Equation (2.9) The general solution: ◎ Two methods for finding (1) Variation of parameters -- Replace with in the general homogeneous solution Let Assume------(2.10) Compute 35

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Substituting into (2.9), (2.11) Solve (2.10) and (2.11) for. Likewise, 36

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。 Example 2.15: (A) i) General homogeneous solution : Let. Substitute into (A) The characteristic equation: Complex solutions: Real solutions: :independent 37

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ii) Nonhomogeneous solution Let 38

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iii) The general solution: 39

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(2) Undetermined coefficients Apply to A, B: constants Guess the form of from that of R e.g. : a polynomial Try a polynomial for : an exponential for Try an exponential for 40

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。 Example 2.19: ---(A) It’s derivatives can be multiples of or Try Compute Substituting into (A), 41

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: linearly independent and The homogeneous solutions: The general solution: 42

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。 Example 2.20: (A), try Substituting into (A), * This is because the guessed contains a homogeneous solution Strategy: If a homogeneous solution appears in any term of, multiply this term by x. If the modified term still occurs in a homogeneous solution, multiply by x again 43

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Try Substituting into (A), 44

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○ Steps of undetermined coefficients: (1) Find homogeneous solutions (2) From R(x), guess the form of If a homogeneous solution appears in any term of, multiply this term by x. If the modified term still occurs in a homogeneous solution, multiply by x again (3) Substitute the resultant into and solve for its coefficients 45

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○ Guess from Let : a given polynomial, : polynomials with unknown coefficients 46 Guessed

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Superposition Let be a solution of is a solution of (A) 47

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。 Example 2.25: The general solution: wherehomogeneous solutions 48

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