An inhomogeneous linear ordinary differential equation with constant coefficients is an ordinary differential equation
in which coefficients are constants (i.e., not functions), all terms are linear,
and the entire differential equation is equal to a nonzero function of the variable
with respect to which derivatives are taken (i.e., it is *not* a homogeneous).

# Inhomogeneous Linear Ordinary Differential Equation with Constant Coefficients

## See also

First-Order Ordinary Differential Equation, Homogeneous Ordinary Differential Equation, Homogeneous Linear Ordinary Differential Equation with Constant Coefficients, Linear Ordinary Differential Equation, Second-Order Ordinary Differential Equation
*This entry contributed by Deon
Poncini*

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