Chapter 4, Review question #20

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y'_{1} = 2y_{1} + 2y_{2} + e^{t}

y'_{2} = -2y_{1} - 3y_{2} + e^{t}

P R O B L E M S E T 4 . 3:

P R O B L E M S E T 4 . 4:

P R O B L E M S E T 4 . 5:

PROBLEM SET 4.6: