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    [SOLVED] nth Order Linear Equations

    Hey all, I could use some help with this problem:

    Determine the intervals in which solutions are sure to exist:
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(x-1)y\prime\prime\prime\prime + (x+1)y\prime\prime + (\tan x)y = 0<br />

    Not really sure how to approach this. What am I supposed to be doing?

    **ETA**

    Minutes after posting this, I figured it out, haaa. Divide all terms by (x-1) and that makes life easier.
    Last edited by tibetan-knight; October 20th 2009 at 11:56 AM.
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