Hello there;

I have a wee question, itd be great if I can get a solution for this. (I am putting it up on behalf of a friend as Im not really sure where to start, hes studying maths at uni.... Im a lazy engineer that asks mathemticians :) )

Thanks!

The question is

solve (1+x^2)y'' - xy'- 3y = 6x-3 with

y(0)-y'(0)=1

y(1)=2 on [0,1]

with h=0.2

hint: use central difference for each derivatives.