Hi... first, if someone would like to give me more help in the next two days, not doing my work, but at least check it, I will definitely compensate for your time.
Second, here is the problem I am struggling with...
MacLaurin for smooth solution of the I.V. problem:
Y''+ (x + (2/x)) y' + 2y = 0 , y(0) =1
and show solution is given by Dawson's integral : y(x) = (1/x) *integral(0-x)* e^((1/2)(u^2) - (x^2))
I am so lost. Should I start with Frobenius Method? How would you all do this?