Can anyone please help me find out the solution of this equation which came out as a result of Laplace's equation :

xy" + y' = cxy .........where c is a constant. or this one : x^2(y") + 2xy' = (cy)x^2 . ........again c is a constant.

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- April 22nd 2012, 06:16 AMswapsterSecond order non linear differential equation
Can anyone please help me find out the solution of this equation which came out as a result of Laplace's equation :

xy" + y' = cxy .........where c is a constant. or this one : x^2(y") + 2xy' = (cy)x^2 . ........again c is a constant. - April 22nd 2012, 06:24 AMProve ItRe: Second order non linear differential equation
These are Cauchy-Euler Equations.