can any one hlep me to prove that if :

$\displaystyle

\int {\frac{dx}{h(x)}} = infinit

$

,the integration from 1 to infinit

then all solution of the equation

[tex]

u"+h^-2(x)u=0

[\math]

,are oscillatory

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- Jan 16th 2007, 07:16 AMsweethow can i prove that differencial euqation
can any one hlep me to prove that if :

$\displaystyle

\int {\frac{dx}{h(x)}} = infinit

$

,the integration from 1 to infinit

then all solution of the equation

[tex]

u"+h^-2(x)u=0

[\math]

,are oscillatory