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    how to approach this eqation(diff)

    x^2pp''+2xp'-1=0

    its a simplified
    i had a third derivative i put p=y'
    and i got the equation.
    i cant separate it by variables on each side.

    i cant solve it a not lenear homogenic
    i cant treat it as bernuly equation

    ??
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    What was the original equation?
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