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so "y" is a function obviously

The equation is y' = y''

 

I think the solution is just any constants (i.e. \(0, 1, -2i, \sqrt{3/4π}, 0.777...\)

Is it correct just to say there are infinitely many constant solutions?

On the calculator the answers are {0, -1, 1, i, -i} but I think that is an incomplete answer.

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What the question is apparently saying is that y prime = y double-prime . The only place I've heard of primes is in geometry, so good luck! Sorry I couldn't help more. DX

helperid1839321  May 2, 2017

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