x^2 y'' - (x^2 + 2x)y' + (x + 2) y = 0

i am supposed to find the 2 independent solutions for this equation but i'm not sure which method to use. i was going to use the methof of solving cauchy-euler equations but i got stuck

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- May 18th 2011, 03:35 PMhaneekNeed help solving (what method to use)
x^2 y'' - (x^2 + 2x)y' + (x + 2) y = 0

i am supposed to find the 2 independent solutions for this equation but i'm not sure which method to use. i was going to use the methof of solving cauchy-euler equations but i got stuck - May 18th 2011, 04:08 PMTheEmptySet
- May 18th 2011, 11:54 PMbugatti79
- May 19th 2011, 08:58 AMbugatti79
- May 19th 2011, 09:12 AMTheEmptySet
- May 19th 2011, 09:30 AMbugatti79
- May 19th 2011, 09:41 AMTheEmptySet
It was mentioned (very briefly) in my first post that I was going to use reduction of order.

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