
Solving Initial Value Problems with Mathematica's Solver
Let's now give Mathematica the slightly harder second order initial
value problem:
y″  3y′  10y = 0, y(0) = 0, y′(0) = 1.
(Note: When entering this equation into Mathematica the primes in
y″(x) are entered by simply typing the single quote key twice,
not the double quote key. i.e. y''[x])
Go ahead and switch to Mathematica now to solve this initial
value problem. Come back here when you are done.
Let's go look at what you should have gotten...

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