Question

Solve the initial value problem below.

x2y''−xy'+y=0, y(1)=1, y'(1)=3

y=

Answer #1

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= 6; y′(1) = 12

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and then find a pattern for the terms so you can write the solution
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solve:
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// // sorry for the typo. // it is now written correctly
I think can be solved by using say z = y'... using this we'll
get to a Bernoulli to solve...and proceed from them

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y''(0)=1

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??/??+3?=7, ?(0)=0
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