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# 2: Convert the following higher order IVPs into first order systems dy dy mg dt? sin(y) = Asin(Qt) with y(0) = 8.Y(0) = @p: dt b) d7 49-3&9+c*62-- e"'...

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###### 2: Convert the following higher order IVPs into first order systems dy dy mg dt? sin(y) = Asin(Qt) with y(0) = 8.Y(0) = @p: dt b) d7 49-3&9+c*62-- e"' sin(3t) , with y(l) = 1,y() = 2,y"(1) = 0. dt'

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