Let be defined by

for constants.

Assume and . Prove that the differential equation

has a particular solution of the form

and find expressions for and in terms of and .

*Proof.* **Incomplete.**

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Prove that a given differential equation has a given particular solution

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Let be defined by

for constants.

Assume and . Prove that the differential equation

has a particular solution of the form

and find expressions for and in terms of and .

*Proof.* **Incomplete.**

\textit{Proof}. Let

Then, for

We have

Greetings!

Very nice approach!

I have minor issue with the second to last line. It seems to me should be . Why was there no sign change for the imaginary part ?

Cheers.