endobj /S /P /P 270 0 R /K [ 266 0 R ] /S /P /P 54 0 R Consider a non-homogeneous linear differential equation /Pg 39 0 R << << /Pg 26 0 R ⁡ 1 The Annihilator Method The annihilator method is an easier way to solve higher order nonhomogeneous differential equations with constant coefficients. >> /P 54 0 R /K [ 9 ] endobj 2 << /K [ 10 ] << ) << D Course Index. >> endobj 156 0 obj /Type /StructElem /P 54 0 R 233 0 obj /K [ 20 ] /Type /StructElem endobj /ParentTree 53 0 R /Pages 2 0 R 307 0 obj /K [ 22 ] /S /LI is of a certain special type, then the method of undetermined coefficientscan be used to obtain a particular solution. /K [ 18 ] Annihilator Method †Write down the annihilator for the recurrence †Factor the annihilator †Look up the factored annihilator in the \Lookup Table" to get general solution †Solve for constants of the general solution by using initial 2 0) We work a wide variety of examples illustrating the many guidelines for making the initial guess of the form of the particular solution that is needed for the method. i 103 0 obj /P 54 0 R /S /P /S /P /Type /StructElem /P 54 0 R Differential Equations, Harrisburg Area Community College, Matemática avanzada, iTunes U, contenido educativo, itunes u endobj P /Type /StructElem /Type /StructElem 5 /K [ 32 ] /Pg 41 0 R endobj 112 0 obj D 106 0 obj 2 /Type /StructElem /S /P /Pg 41 0 R If Lis a linear differential operator with constant coefficients and fis a sufficiently differentiable function such that [ ( )]=0. ( /Type /StructElem = 124 0 obj /Pg 36 0 R /S /P >> << >> 212 0 obj /PieceInfo 400 0 R >> /Pg 3 0 R endobj >> /Type /StructElem /P 54 0 R /P 54 0 R 174 0 obj Know Your Annihilators! /P 54 0 R /Pg 39 0 R k /Type /StructElem 276 0 R 277 0 R 278 0 R 280 0 R 283 0 R 284 0 R 285 0 R 286 0 R 287 0 R 288 0 R 289 0 R 252 0 obj >> /Pg 41 0 R /Type /StructElem /S /P >> << << k /QuickPDFIm715354ce 419 0 R /S /P /S /P /K [ 173 0 R ] /P 54 0 R << /K [ 27 ] + << 336 0 obj /K [ 32 ] /Pg 26 0 R 256 0 obj >> /K [ 20 ] /P 54 0 R >> /S /LI /Type /StructElem /QuickPDFIm12218df3 423 0 R /K [ 18 ] + >> /Pg 39 0 R endobj [ 106 0 R 135 0 R 143 0 R 151 0 R 108 0 R 109 0 R 110 0 R 111 0 R 112 0 R 113 0 R /Pg 26 0 R /Pg 26 0 R This operator is called the annihilator, thus giving the method its name. endobj >> /Type /StructElem endobj >> /Workbook /Document Math 385 Supplement: the method of undetermined coe–cients It is relatively easy to implement the method of undetermined coe–cients as presented in the textbook, but not easy to understand why it works. + {\displaystyle c_{1}} These are the most important functions for the standard applications. endobj /K [ 48 ] 244 0 R 245 0 R 246 0 R 247 0 R 248 0 R 249 0 R 250 0 R 253 0 R 254 0 R 255 0 R 258 0 R << 335 0 R 336 0 R 337 0 R 338 0 R 339 0 R ] /S /P << endobj /Pg 36 0 R /K [ 24 ] 200 0 obj = /Type /StructElem /Type /StructElem >> /K [ 10 ] x 66 0 obj endobj >> = Given 102 0 R 103 0 R 104 0 R 105 0 R 106 0 R 108 0 R 109 0 R 110 0 R 111 0 R 112 0 R 113 0 R << << 217 0 R 219 0 R 220 0 R 221 0 R 222 0 R 223 0 R 224 0 R 225 0 R 226 0 R 227 0 R 230 0 R /Pg 39 0 R /K [ 23 ] /S /P /Pg 41 0 R /Type /StructElem D /P 54 0 R {\displaystyle y''-4y'+5y=\sin(kx)} /Type /StructElem /S /P 296 0 obj /Pg 26 0 R << /Pg 3 0 R /K [ 21 ] /K [ 19 ] /S /P 1 /K [ 3 ] endobj 269 0 obj Solution. >> /K [ 54 0 R ] consists of the sum of the expressions given in the table, the annihilator is the product of the corresponding annihilators. >> 109 0 obj − 339 0 obj y /Chartsheet /Part << >> /Type /StructElem ) /Type /StructElem << [ 330 0 R 332 0 R 333 0 R 334 0 R 335 0 R 336 0 R 337 0 R 338 0 R 341 0 R ] A /S /P /K [ 10 ] endobj = /K [ 13 ] >> 270 0 obj /Type /StructElem >> 4 I have a final in the morning and I am extremely confused on the annihilator method. x /K [ 1 ] /S /P y /P 54 0 R >> /K [ 272 0 R ] 297 0 obj << /S /L /P 54 0 R /K [ 130 0 R ] 3 << 267 0 obj 1 endobj /P 54 0 R << 88 0 obj is a complementary solution to the corresponding homogeneous equation. endobj /K [ 25 ] /P 54 0 R /Pg 3 0 R /P 54 0 R /S /P 100 0 obj /P 54 0 R 68 0 obj endobj 110 0 obj << >> >> endobj 77 0 obj /S /Span /Pg 26 0 R /Type /StructElem 67 0 obj /S /P /P 54 0 R /Pg 36 0 R << /OCProperties 384 0 R /P 54 0 R endobj /Pg 3 0 R 170 0 obj /P 54 0 R /K [ 9 ] << Annihilator definition is - a person or thing that entirely destroys a place, a group, an enemy, etc. >> 82 0 obj /Type /StructElem /S /P 1 /K [ 5 ] /P 54 0 R /Pg 26 0 R /Pg 36 0 R /Pg 39 0 R << /P 255 0 R /P 54 0 R /Pg 39 0 R /K [ 1 ] >> /Type /StructElem /Pg 3 0 R Vector extrapolation processes can be used for the acceleration of fixed point iterations. /K [ 23 ] /P 54 0 R /K [ 281 0 R ] /P 54 0 R /S /P >> << 163 0 obj >> 2 /Type /StructElem 2 /K [ 50 ] /PieceInfo 378 0 R << >> We say that the differential operator \( L\left[ \texttt{D} \right] , \) where \( \texttt{D} \) is the derivative operator, annihilates a function f(x) if \( L\left[ \texttt{D} \right] f(x) \equiv 0 . /K [ 46 ] /Type /StructElem ( /Pg 41 0 R In mathematics, the annihilator method is a procedure used to find a particular solution to certain types of non-homogeneous ordinary differential equations (ODE's). endobj k >> >> Keywords: ordinary differential equations; linear equations and systems; linear differential equations; complex exponential AMS Subject Classifications: 34A30; 97D40; 30-01 1. >> << endobj Write down the general form of a particular solution to the equation y′′+2y′+2y = e−tsint +t3e−tcost Answer: Annihilator Method. 281 0 obj << /P 55 0 R /Type /StructElem /P 54 0 R /Pg 41 0 R } /P 54 0 R /Type /StructElem >> << 333 0 obj /Pg 3 0 R << /S /P >> << 272 0 obj /S /L << /Pg 36 0 R Solve the following differential equation using annihilator method y'' + 3y' -2y = e 5t + e t Solution: Posted by Muhammad Umair at 5:59 AM No comments: Email This BlogThis! /K [ 340 0 R ] /K [ 31 ] /K [ 35 ] /S /P >> /Pg 3 0 R c << /Type /StructElem << Annihilator Method Notation An nth-order differential equation can be written as It can also be written even more simply as where L denotes the linear nth-order differential operator or characteristic polynomial In this section, we will look for an appropriate linear differential operator that annihilates ( ). >> endobj << /F5 13 0 R /S /P >> << /S /P endobj /P 54 0 R 205 0 obj So we found that finally D squared + 2D + 5, cubed, is an annihilator of all these expression down here, okay. >> /Type /StructElem /K [ 7 ] /K [ 41 ] are determined usually through a set of initial conditions. 134 0 obj /Type /StructElem endobj /Type /StructElem /P 54 0 R /K [ 26 ] << ) y << 305 0 obj 2 endobj /P 54 0 R endobj /S /P /Type /StructElem /S /LBody >> endobj >> >> /Pg 3 0 R /Pg 3 0 R : one that annihilates something or someone. c << >> y 277 0 obj << 306 0 obj endobj /Type /StructElem << y For example, y +2y'-3=e x , by using undetermined coefficients, often people will come up with y p =e x as first guess but by annihilator method, we can see that the equation reduces to (D+3)(D-1) 2 which obviously shows that y p =xe x . << /K [ 4 ] /QuickPDFImc26ea6b1 415 0 R sin endobj /K [ 124 0 R ] /S /L Annihilator of eαt cosβt, cont’d In general, eαt cosβt and eαt sinβt are annihilated by (D −α)2 +β2 Example 4: What is the annihilator of f = ert? /S /P >> << 5 /S /P endobj ( 4 292 0 obj ⁡ This is modified method of the method from the last lesson (Undetermined coefficients—superposition approach).The DE to be solved has again the same limitations (constant coefficients and restrictions on the right side). endobj /P 54 0 R endobj /Type /StructElem << /K [ 24 ] endobj ⁡ /Type /StructElem << /Type /StructElem << /Dialogsheet /Part /Pg 36 0 R {\displaystyle A(D)f(x)=0} endobj /K [ 33 ] /P 54 0 R /Tabs /S /P 54 0 R 185 0 obj This example is from Wikipedia and may be … /P 54 0 R >> 76 0 obj Rocky Mountain Mathematics Consortium. /P 54 0 R >> endobj /P 54 0 R /K [ 36 ] 204 0 obj >> /Pg 26 0 R /QuickPDFImd8996ec6 418 0 R 135 0 obj Export Cancel. /K [ 32 ] ⁡ (b)Row-reduce A and discard any rows of zeros to obtain a matrix B in RREF. /ParentTreeNextKey 6 endobj 252 0 R 253 0 R 254 0 R 257 0 R 258 0 R 259 0 R 262 0 R 263 0 R 264 0 R 267 0 R 268 0 R endobj /P 211 0 R k We write e2 xcosx= Re(e(2+i)) , so the corresponding complex (D2 >> x The annihilator method is a procedure used to find a particular solution to certain types of inhomogeneous ordinary differential equations (ODE's). /Group << >> << /P 54 0 R /S /P − /Type /StructElem >> A method for finding the Annihilator operator was studied in detail. /S /P endobj << >> endobj /P 54 0 R /P 54 0 R Annihilator Method Differential Equations Topics: Polynomial , Elementary algebra , Quadratic equation Pages: 9 (1737 words) Published: November 8, 2013 /InlineShape /Sect /S /P 224 0 obj 90 0 obj ( /K [ 21 ] c /Pg 26 0 R 242 0 obj /K [ 42 ] P endobj /K [ 38 ] 2 280 0 obj /Pg 3 0 R /Pg 36 0 R 237 0 obj /K [ 22 ] /Type /StructElem /P 54 0 R /S /L endobj + >> 317 0 obj /Type /StructElem ( This will have shape m nfor some with min(k; ). ( /K [ 35 ] /S /LI << /Type /StructElem /Type /StructElem There is nothing left. << /K [ 44 ] >> 165 0 obj 263 0 obj The zeros of << /Pg 36 0 R /S /LBody << 118 0 obj /Type /StructElem endobj /P 54 0 R endobj 325 0 obj , /K [ 49 ] /P 54 0 R /P 54 0 R >> ) /K [ 46 ] ⁡ c c D /P 54 0 R >> /S /P /Type /StructElem /S /P /Type /StructElem Rewrite the differential equation using operator notation and factor. /K [ 1 ] endobj /K [ 11 ] /S /P 81 0 obj endobj << /S /P 184 0 obj 238 0 obj /Type /StructElem >> /Type /StructElem /P 251 0 R /Pg 36 0 R /Type /StructElem /Type /StructElem endobj /S /P /Pg 41 0 R /S /P >> endobj << Zinbiel << Method of solving non-homogeneous ordinary differential equations, Learn how and when to remove this template message, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Annihilator_method&oldid=980481092, Articles lacking sources from December 2009, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 26 September 2020, at 19:29. /Type /StructElem /Type /StructElem In the example b, we have already seen that, okay, D squared + 2D + 5, okay, annihilates both e to the -x cosine 2x and e to the -x sine 2x, right? 84 0 obj endobj /Type /StructElem >> << /S /L 2 such that 172 0 obj 60 0 obj << /K [ 43 ] endobj endobj /Pg 26 0 R endobj << /K [ 12 ] 180 0 obj endobj /S /P /Type /StructElem /K [ 1 ] 207 0 obj /P 55 0 R endobj endobj 298 0 obj Write down the general form of a particular solution to the equation y′′+2y′+2y = e−tsint +t3e−tcost Answer: The roots of the characteristic equation are: r … endobj /K [ 30 ] << /S /P 1 /K [ 4 ] << /Pg 26 0 R 57 0 obj /Type /StructElem /P 179 0 R endobj /Pg 26 0 R endobj 156 0 R 157 0 R 158 0 R ] ) /Pg 41 0 R {\displaystyle y_{p}={\frac {4k\cos(kx)+(5-k^{2})\sin(kx)}{k^{4}+6k^{2}+25}}} endobj 286 0 obj /K [ 48 ] /Type /StructElem /S /Span /StructParents 0 endobj We start + >> /K [ 12 ] /K [ 15 ] >> 73 0 obj endobj ) 52 0 obj /S /P /K [ 6 ] endobj /K [ 24 ] i << /Pg 39 0 R /Pg 26 0 R /S /P /P 54 0 R 217 0 obj >> 239 0 obj + /Type /StructElem << /S /P << >> << /Type /StructElem /S /P = << endobj /Type /StructElem /Pg 36 0 R c << /P 54 0 R {\displaystyle y_{c}=c_{1}y_{1}+c_{2}y_{2}} /P 266 0 R 132 0 obj /Type /StructElem /S /P endobj 152 0 obj /S /P /P 54 0 R ) >> c ( /Pg 48 0 R endobj >> /Pg 26 0 R 327 0 obj /ActualText (Undetermined ) /K [ 40 ] << /P 54 0 R >> − /P 228 0 R /S /P /Type /StructElem /Resources << >> endobj endobj /Pg 36 0 R >> /Pg 3 0 R endobj /Pg 41 0 R /Type /StructElem 96 0 R 97 0 R 98 0 R 99 0 R 100 0 R 101 0 R 102 0 R 103 0 R 104 0 R 105 0 R ] /Pg 48 0 R /Type /StructElem endobj << /Type /StructElem >> /Type /StructElem This handout explains /Marked true /P 54 0 R /S /P endobj endobj << k << /Type /StructElem endobj >> << >> /K [ 25 ] /K [ 19 ] endobj /Type /StructElem << The Paranoid Family Annihilator sees a perceived threat to the family and feels they are ‘protecting them’ by killing them. to both sides of the ODE gives a homogeneous ODE /Pg 36 0 R then Lis said to be an annihilator of the function. In this section we will consider the simplest cases first. endobj /S /L /K [ 39 ] /Pg 26 0 R /P 55 0 R endobj /P 54 0 R /P 54 0 R Generalizing all those examples, we can see rather easily … /Type /StructElem /Type /StructElem >> /Type /StructElem /Pg 36 0 R /Pg 41 0 R >> endobj /Type /StructElem /Pg 26 0 R we give two examples; the first illustrates again the usefulness of complex exponentials. ) The annihilator of a function is a differential operator which, when operated on it, obliterates it. 126 0 obj /K [ 45 ] 269 0 R 272 0 R 273 0 R 274 0 R 275 0 R 276 0 R 277 0 R ] >> ( >> /F1 5 0 R >> << >> /S /P 92 0 obj 2 258 0 obj /P 54 0 R << >> /Pg 41 0 R << /P 54 0 R ��$ Su$(���M��! y /K [ 257 0 R ] /P 115 0 R endobj /K [ 25 ] {\displaystyle {\big (}A(D)P(D){\big )}y=0} /S /P /S /LI Since this is a second-order equation, two such conditions are necessary to determine these values. /Pg 26 0 R /P 54 0 R /Type /StructElem << /S /P /Pg 39 0 R /P 54 0 R /P 54 0 R ( >> /S /P >> /S /P /P 54 0 R /Type /StructElem /Type /StructElem endobj /K [ 55 0 R 65 0 R 66 0 R 67 0 R 68 0 R 69 0 R 70 0 R 71 0 R 72 0 R 73 0 R 74 0 R 75 0 R >> /K [ 34 ] 59 0 obj endobj << /Pg 3 0 R /Type /StructElem /Pg 3 0 R >> /S /P >> endobj endobj − >> /Pg 36 0 R endobj = /Type /StructElem /Metadata 376 0 R /Type /StructElem /P 54 0 R /Type /StructElem /Pg 3 0 R Lecture 18 Undetermined Coefficient - Annihilator Approach 1 MTH 242-Differential Equations Lecture # 18 Week # 9 Instructor: Dr. Sarfraz Nawaz Malik Class: SP18-BSE-5B Lecture Layout Method of Undetermined Coefficients-(Annihilator Operator Approach) Methodology Examples Practice Exercise sin /K [ 41 ] >> endobj /Pg 41 0 R The BTD framework thus represents a new class of annihilators for TTA upconversion. 114 0 R 117 0 R 118 0 R 119 0 R 120 0 R 121 0 R 124 0 R 125 0 R 126 0 R 127 0 R 128 0 R << /ExtGState << The basic idea is to transform the given nonhomogeneous equation into a homogeneous one. << 108 0 obj ) 65 0 obj /K [ 51 ] 75 0 obj /Type /StructElem /Type /StructElem >> << << Our main goal in this section of the Notes is to develop methods for finding particular solutions to the ODE (5) when q(x) has a special form: an exponential, sine or cosine, xk, or a product of these. /P 54 0 R ) Note also that other fuctions can be annihilated besides these. y endobj x /P 54 0 R >> >> << 151 0 obj /P 54 0 R 162 0 obj /Pg 48 0 R /K [ 228 0 R ] /P 54 0 R = >> >> y z /S /P ) /Pg 39 0 R One models the system using a difference equation, or what is sometimes called a recurrence relation. endobj /Type /StructElem 79 0 obj endobj /Endnote /Note 2 99 0 obj /Type /StructElem endobj endobj Annihilator definition is - a person or thing that entirely destroys a place, a group, an enemy, etc. /Pg 36 0 R ( 340 0 obj /P 54 0 R Annihilators and the Functions they Annihilate Recall that the following functions have the given annihilators. 1 /K [ 35 ] /Pg 39 0 R /S /P /P 54 0 R /Pg 39 0 R >> >> ( endobj x {\displaystyle c_{1}y_{1}+c_{2}y_{2}=c_{1}e^{2x}(\cos x+i\sin x)+c_{2}e^{2x}(\cos x-i\sin x)=(c_{1}+c_{2})e^{2x}\cos x+i(c_{1}-c_{2})e^{2x}\sin x} /Type /StructElem /P 55 0 R 76 0 R 77 0 R 78 0 R 79 0 R 80 0 R 81 0 R 82 0 R 83 0 R 84 0 R 85 0 R 86 0 R 87 0 R Email sent. /S /L << /K [ 2 ] c D /K [ 23 ] /S /P /Type /StructElem 197 0 obj /P 54 0 R The fundamental solutions 300 0 obj 120 0 obj /P 54 0 R 2 /P 122 0 R /K [ 2 ] >> /K [ 59 ] 1 >> /Type /StructElem >> /P 54 0 R >> D Annihilator Approach Section 4.5, Part II Annihilators, The Recap (coming soon to a theater near you) The Method of Undetermined Coefficients Examples of Finding General Solutions Solving an IVP. /K [ 40 ] endobj i /K [ 37 ] << /S /P ) /Type /StructElem They contain a number of results of a general nature, and in particular an introduction to selected parts … stream } /Pg 39 0 R k /Type /StructElem << /Pg 3 0 R >> /S /P /S /P 293 0 obj We saw in part (b) of Example 1 that D 3 will annihilate e3x, but so will differential operators of higher order as long as D 3 is one of the factors of the op-erator. /S /P >> /S /P (ii) Since any annihilator is a polynomial A—D–, the characteristic equation A—r–will in general have real roots rand complex conjugate roots i!, possibly with multiplicity. /Type /StructElem + /Type /StructElem /K [ 32 ] /S /P /K [ 117 0 R ] >> >> /Pg 41 0 R endobj /Type /StructElem /P 54 0 R This method is used to solve the non-homogeneous linear differential equation. endobj endobj /K [ 43 ] 174 0 R 175 0 R 176 0 R 177 0 R 178 0 R 181 0 R 182 0 R 183 0 R 184 0 R 185 0 R 186 0 R /K [ 38 ] /K [ 181 0 R ] /K [ 44 ] /S /L /S /LBody /K [ 33 ] 323 0 obj x << /Type /StructElem >> /Pg 39 0 R 235 0 obj ) >> /K [ 7 ] << /P 54 0 R endobj /S /P /Pg 36 0 R /Rotate 0 /P 54 0 R /P 54 0 R /P 54 0 R endobj /K [ 271 0 R ] 259 0 obj /Pg 26 0 R /Type /StructElem /K [ 40 ] I have been googling different explanations all night and I just dont get it at all. 234 0 obj 187 0 R 188 0 R 189 0 R 190 0 R 191 0 R 192 0 R 193 0 R 194 0 R 195 0 R 196 0 R 197 0 R /K [ 47 ] 236 0 obj /Pg 36 0 R Example: John List killed his mother, wife and three children to hide the fact that he had financial problems. endobj /K [ 30 ] endobj 98 0 obj /S /P 2 /S /P 85 0 obj << /K [ 24 ] /S /P /S /P >> << /RoleMap 52 0 R /S /P << /Pg 39 0 R endobj /S /P /Type /StructElem >> /S /P ) endobj , << 161 0 obj {\displaystyle A(D)P(D)} /K [ 46 ] e /Type /StructElem /Type /StructElem /Type /StructElem /K [ 33 ] endobj 274 0 obj 146 0 obj e /S /P /Pg 39 0 R D >> endobj 309 0 obj /Pg 36 0 R /P 54 0 R /K [ 2 ] /P 54 0 R /P 54 0 R /P 54 0 R e >> /Diagram /Figure /K [ 3 ] 0 /Pg 26 0 R /S /P ( /Type /StructElem /Type /StructElem /S /P Yes, it's been too long since I've done any math/science related videos. << ) /P 54 0 R endobj endobj = 53 0 obj << is /Pg 36 0 R >> 283 0 obj /S /P 322 0 obj >> /Pg 48 0 R /S /P /Type /Page >> /S /P 128 0 obj /P 54 0 R , find another differential operator This example is from Wikipedia and may be reused under a CC BY-SA license. endobj 318 0 obj /P 54 0 R /K [ 13 ] << endobj If () consists of the sum of the expressions given in the table, the annihilator is the product of the corresponding annihilators. endobj /F7 20 0 R 178 0 obj 147 0 obj /S /P /F2 7 0 R >> x /Type /StructElem { /K [ 35 ] << 191 0 obj In this section we introduce the method of undetermined coefficients to find particular solutions to nonhomogeneous differential equation. >> >> /Footer /Sect /Pg 41 0 R are endobj /S /P /Pg 39 0 R /P 54 0 R /P 54 0 R >> << >> /S /P /K [ 42 ] x /K [ 37 ] >> /K [ 29 ] x /K [ 32 ] e /P 54 0 R cos /Type /StructElem endobj 4 /Pg 3 0 R /K [ 34 ] endobj /QuickPDFImdc3dac50 420 0 R 254 0 obj endobj /Type /StructElem /Type /StructElem 245 0 obj P (The function q(x) can also be a sum of such special functions.) endobj >> Annihilator method systematically determines which function rather than "guess" in undetermined coefficients, and it helps on several occasions. /K [ 27 ] 282 0 obj 289 0 obj /P 54 0 R /K [ 45 ] This will be important in our solution process. /S /P /K [ 39 ] 2 endobj /Annotation /Sect c << /S /P /Type /StructElem /Pg 39 0 R /Type /StructElem >> /S /P /S /P /K [ 60 ] << Examples of modular annihilator algebras. >> << /Type /StructElem /Pg 36 0 R >> << 2 /Pg 41 0 R 2y′′′−6y′′+6y′−2y=et,y= y(t),y′ = dy dx 2 y ‴ − 6 y ″ + 6 y ′ − 2 y = e t, y = y (t), y ′ = d y d x. 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