A general method to find, once you know a particular solution of a second order linear 'incomplete' DE, a second solution independent from it is illustrated here...
http://www.mathhelpforum.com/math-he...tion-case.html
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find the second solution that is linearly independent to the solution given for
(1-x cot x)y'' - xy' +y = 0
y1(x) = x
0<x<pi
hint : integration of (x/(1-x cot x)) dx = ln |x cos x - sin x|
i've tried to rearrage the equation in the form :
but how can i get y2(x) = function of x????
i get stack here... pls help me.....
A general method to find, once you know a particular solution of a second order linear 'incomplete' DE, a second solution independent from it is illustrated here...
http://www.mathhelpforum.com/math-he...tion-case.html
Kind regards