L Lalitha183 Nov 2015 242 4 hyderabad Sep 12, 2019 #1 I tried solving it but I couldn't get the exact answer when substituting the initial value condition... Please see the attached and help me. Thanks a lot Attachments 1.jpg 96.9 KB Views: 9

I tried solving it but I couldn't get the exact answer when substituting the initial value condition... Please see the attached and help me. Thanks a lot

L Lalitha183 Nov 2015 242 4 hyderabad Sep 12, 2019 #2 Lalitha183 said: I tried solving it but I couldn't get the exact answer when substituting the initial value condition... Please see the attached and help me. Thanks a lot Click to expand... Sorry guys, I understood - In the end, I have to take \(\displaystyle \lambda \) value as 4 to satisfy the initial value condition. Wanted to let everybody know the answer is \(\displaystyle 5 \), option C. Reactions: 2 people

Lalitha183 said: I tried solving it but I couldn't get the exact answer when substituting the initial value condition... Please see the attached and help me. Thanks a lot Click to expand... Sorry guys, I understood - In the end, I have to take \(\displaystyle \lambda \) value as 4 to satisfy the initial value condition. Wanted to let everybody know the answer is \(\displaystyle 5 \), option C.