I'm working with the Cauchy-Euler equation... In the direction of
...being transformed into
by setting
... I have been able to prove how
and
Oddly enough, what I'm getting stuck on, is how relate to .
It seems to me (please let me know if I'm wrong) that
...but I'm not exactly sure what's going on with .
Can someone help me figure out what I'm missing?
Do you mean plug in numbers? I wouldn't think that would be as accurate in determining what was going on.
Regardless, I was just exposed to this a couple of days ago, so I'm very new to this equation, and am not quite sure how to approach this particular facet of it.
One of my first posts in MHF...
http://www.mathhelpforum.com/math-he...ion-98829.html
Kind regards
No I don't meant that at all. I meant what I said and said what I meant.
You have results for dy/dt and d^2y/dt^2. Substitute them into the first DE. Compare the result with the second DE. Hence write down the obvious relationship betwen a, b, c and A, B, C. Did you do that?