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Definition of Wronskian for Two Solutions

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$$y_1=e^{(1+\sqrt{3})x}$$
$$y_2=e^{(1-\sqrt{3})x}$$

...are two solutions of $y''-2y'-2y=0$. The Wronskian of $y_1, y_2$, $W[y_1, y_2]$, at $x=1$ is given by:

A

$2\sqrt{3}$

B

$-2\sqrt{3}$

C

$2\sqrt{3}e^2$

D

$-2\sqrt{3}e^2$