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###### Solve the IVP below given %1(0) = 16 and y2(0) = -6.9i = 3y1 + 8y2 92 ~241 + ly2

Solve the IVP below given %1(0) = 16 and y2(0) = -6. 9i = 3y1 + 8y2 92 ~241 + ly2

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