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I have a nonhomogeneous system of differential equations: I want to solve for X1(t) and X2(t). I have dX1/dt=X1+3X2+1 and dX2/dt=3X1+X2+1. Can I set these up in a matrix (1+3+1|0) (3+1+1|0) and use Gaussian elimination to solve?

Solutions HW 13

9.4.2 Write the given system in matrix form x0 = Ax + f

r0 (t) = 2r(t) + sin t

?0 (t) = r(t) ? ?(t) + 1

We write this as





r0 (t)

=

?0 (t)



2

1





0

r(t)

+

?1

?(t)...

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