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    Euler Equations

    An equation of the form where and are real constants, is called a Euler equation. The substitution transforms a Euler equation into an equation with constant coefficients.
    Solve the given equation for using a variable substitution:

    I have one of these questions for my homework assignment, but we never actually did a question like this in class. How would I make this substitution, I can handle the question after it is turned into an equation with constant coefficients. Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oblivionwarrior View Post
    An equation of the form where and are real constants, is called a Euler equation. The substitution transforms a Euler equation into an equation with constant coefficients.
    Solve the given equation for using a variable substitution:

    I have one of these questions for my homework assignment, but we never actually did a question like this in class. How would I make this substitution, I can handle the question after it is turned into an equation with constant coefficients. Thanks.
    This may help.

    --Chris
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