Find the general solution of the form for the differential equation .
Derive from the general solution that e^(-(x^2)/2) is a solution of the differential equation.
I know how to solve the DE using the series, but do not know specifically how to show that one of the solutions is e^(-(x^2)/2) as asked by my teacher. please help in here
the problem is that i cant solve the ode to match that condition that you've stated.. i end up with so we can that state that
i tried using n values 0,1,2,3 but do not know how to put them together to match
id appreciate it if you can help me on this because its a killer quetsion