Hello everyone!
What's the general "2 series" solution of bessels equation?
Is it $\displaystyle c_0J_{\nu} + c_1J_{-\nu}$ or is it $\displaystyle c_0J_{\nu} + c_1Y_{\nu}$?
And why?
If $\displaystyle \nu$ is non integer $\displaystyle J_{\nu}$ and $\displaystyle J_{-\nu}$ are independent so that the solution is $\displaystyle y=c_{1} J_{\nu} + c_{2} J_{-\nu}$. If $\displaystyle \nu$ is integer the problem is a little more complicated and requires a little more time...
Kind regards
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Aaah... So you mean that if $\displaystyle \nu$ is an integer the general solution for the equation is $\displaystyle y=c_0J_{\nu}+c_1Y_{\nu}$ because $\displaystyle J_{\nu}$ and $\displaystyle J_{-\nu}$ are linerearily dependent. Right?