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Hi, I have this differential equation to solve its broken down in to 3 parts but i`m having trouble doing the 2nd part any ideas would be great!
Consider the intial value problem
(y`` x^2) - (4xy`) + 6y = g(x) x>0 y(0)=y`(0)=0
part a) Write this de in self adjoint form which i have done
(1/x^4 y`)` + 6y/x^6 = g(x)x^-6
part b) Find the influence function for this
i know the formula for this but i have to find y1 and y2 but i have no idea on how to do this can anyone help me?
thanks
Hi Krizalid,
part 3 of the question is that
i have used and
to obtain a really nasty general solution, with exponentials and powers of x`s
it looks like
pretty sure this is wrong though, any idea on how to solve this i been tryin to do this for days now ...
thanks
much appreciated