just having a bit of trouble with using the method of reduction of order to find a solution to the equation: 2(x^2)y′′ + 3xy′− y = 0 x > 0 all help is greatly appreciated!
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Originally Posted by feronius just having a bit of trouble with using the method of reduction of order to find a solution to the equation: 2(x^2)y′′ + 3xy′− y = 0 x > 0 all help is greatly appreciated! What "reduction of order" method are you talking about? The ones I know require that you already know one solution to the equation. This is, in any case, an "Euler type" or "equipotential" equation. Trying a solution of the form may lead to a solution.
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