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    Solving differential equation by Frobenius method.

    Hi all;
    I need the general solution of the sollowing differential equation by Frobenius method:
    xy\prime\prime-y\prime+x^3y=0

    Thanks
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    Two questions: are there any initial conditions? What have you done so far?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ackbeet View Post
    Two questions: are there any initial conditions? What have you done so far?
    no there is no initial condition solve it please in general without initial condition
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    Ok, there's no initial condition.

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