Differential equation and laplace transform, Mathematics

1. Solve the given differential equation, subject to the initial conditions:

. x2y''-3xy'+4y = 0

. y(1) = 5, y'(1) = 3

2. Find two linearly independent power series solutions for each differential equation about the ordinary point x=0

Y'' - xy' - (x+2)y=o

3. Use the definition of the Laplace Transform, to find

L{e-t cosht}

4. Find f(t) if : f(t)=L-1 

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5. Solve : y'+y= f(t)

where: f(t) = { 1 if 0 ≤ t < 1

{-1 if t ≥ 1

Recall that if f(t) = { g(t) if 0 ≤ t < a

{ h(t) if t ≥ 1

Then f(t)=g(t)-g(t)u(t-a)+h(t)u(t-a)

6. y'(t) = cos t+

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