## How do you solve a difference equation in Matlab?

First, represent y by using syms to create the symbolic function y(t) .

- syms y(t)
- ode = diff(y,t) == t*y.
- ode(t) = diff(y(t), t) == t*y(t)
- ySol(t) = dsolve(ode)
- ySol(t) = C1*exp(t^2/2)

**How do you find the solution of a difference equation?**

The general solution of the inhomogeneous equation is the sum of the particular solution of the inhomogeneous equation and general solution of the homogeneous equation. D = aD + b, or D = b 1 − a 2 Page 3 The general solution is then x(n) = Can + b 1 − a .

**How do you calculate transfer function from difference?**

To find the transfer function, first take the Laplace Transform of the differential equation (with zero initial conditions). Recall that differentiation in the time domain is equivalent to multiplication by “s” in the Laplace domain. The transfer function is then the ratio of output to input and is often called H(s).

### Which built in function is used to solve a given difference equation?

S = dsolve( eqn ) solves the differential equation eqn , where eqn is a symbolic equation. Use diff and == to represent differential equations. For example, diff(y,x) == y represents the equation dy/dx = y.

**What is the order of the difference equation?**

The order of a differential equation is defined to be that of the highest order derivative it contains. The degree of a differential equation is defined as the power to which the highest order derivative is raised. The equation (f‴)2 + (f″)4 + f = x is an example of a second-degree, third-order differential equation.

**What is the use of difference equation?**

A difference equation is any equation that contains a difference of a variable. The classification within the difference equations depends on the following factors. Order of the equation. The order of the equation is the highest order of difference contained in the equation.