Hey there, I'm having trouble with Mathematica to solve Differencial Equations using Laplace transform. Can anyone help me with this exercise/challenge?
y''(t) - 4 y'(t) - 6e^(3t) + 3*e^(-t) , y(0) = 1 and y'(0) = -1
I tried to put it on Wolfram Alpha, however it doen't solve the equation using LaplaceTransform, it solves using parameter variations. We need a step-by-step solution using Laplacetransform in Mathematica.
The "step-by-step" solution button doesn't seem to do solutions via laplace transforms. It has other choices of how to solve it however.
You can ask Wolfram|Alpha to do the laplace transform of the equation however and it will show the result.
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