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    Euler Cauchy Equations

    Can a non-homogenous Euler Cauchy Equation be solved by finding the general solution then finding a particular solution using the method of undetermined coeficients?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Erzenwald View Post
    Can a non-homogenous Euler Cauchy Equation be solved by finding the general solution then finding a particular solution using the method of undetermined coeficients?
    I don't see why not. For Euler Cauchy Equations we re-arrange to get a second order DE with constant co-efficeints and we can solve this via any method that we know.

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