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How to solve this:
y”+7y+5=0 , y(0)=2 ,y(0)=3
on matlab

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y(x) = c1*sin(sqrt(7)*x)+c2*cos(sqrt(7)*x)-5/7
if y(0)=2, c2=19/7
if y(0)=3, c2=26/7
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by:Nusrat Nuriyev
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>> y(x) = c1*sin(sqrt(7)*x)+c2*cos(sqrt(7)*x)-5/7
if y(0)=2, c2=19/7
if y(0)=3, c2=26/7

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