Hi,
Could you please help me with part (i) and (ii) on this sheet
http://www.maths.qmul.ac.uk/~cchu/MTH6122/lode094.pdf
If y1; : : : ; yn are solutions to (1). How do i get solutions to (2) i.e solutions as vectors.
I know if y is solution to (1) then the corresponding solution for (2) is given the vector (y,y',y'',y''',......y^n-1)^T. I know Wronskian is given by: