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## Solving Systems## Solving the Preliminary Example
Your check of equation (2) should look like this:
D[y[t]/.y[t]->E^(3t),t] Clearly both sides give the same result, making the second equation true when
you substitute the proposed solution into it. We have now verified that the
proposed solution does indeed satisfy both differential equations in the system.
We say that we have found Let's go and tackle the problem more seriously, putting |
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