2nd Order, Homog., Reduction of Order
Hey guys! I was assigned some work this weekend in my Applied Math I class where we are doing DEs.
This question is a two part problem. I understand how to do the second part, but I'm getting stuck on the first part.
The question is...
(x^2)(y'') + (x)(y') - (y) = 0
Here is an image of my work.... I was wondering if I can get some guidance, see where/if I'm going wrong. Under the dotted line is to check my work, but I can't get it to equal zero...
Re: Looking for help (2nd Order, Homog., Reduction of Order)
I believe that the derivative of is and of .