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thanks a lot dude..i'll try to find it in my country.. i'm sure we have it somewhere...
Sorry for the long delay... I haven't got a great reference right off hand. The book that I used back when I took Diff.Eq. was
any good reference? im' in indonesia so it's rather hard to get a good book with the original language (usually they're translated into indonesian and sometimes it's confusing), but shoot anyway...?
So far as having the RHS not equal to a constant....
yes, but not with high order equations and all (d^2q/dt^2 or higher)
It's actually not that difficult after a while... for simple linear differential equations (like this one) it's mostly just a matter of following a sort of algorithm.
wow, how do you get all that..!!
Alright... I can show how I would solve this w/o using Laplace transforms. There might be a more streamlined way to do it, but if there is, someone else will have to show you
umm..not yet.., what about the other method you mentioned? can it be solved by any diffferential equation? thanx..
in my opinion, the easiest way to solve this would be to use laplace transforms. do you know how to use them? if not, we can solve it using another method... reply if you want to know more!