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- September 13, 2020
- By menge

Convert the Cauchy-Euler equation into a constant coefficients equation:

x^{2}y^{(2) }– xy^{(1) }+ 8y = x^{2} + x

This is Differential Equations and the superscripts in parenthesis are derivatives i.e. y^{(1)} is y prime

constant coefficient DE. i.e. I got We are given

xjy"? 299?833: a; +2: 2

2 : f?x?jy ?3y=x2+x

x 2: put ('1) and (2) in above differential equation, we get

day dy_ air as? d: d:…