I'm working with the Cauchy-Euler equation... In the direction of
...being transformed into
... I have been able to prove how
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?
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.
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?