## Differential equations using Series

1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data

Given that y1(t) = t is a solution of t2y'' + ty' - y= 0 find all solutions.

3. The attempt at a solution
I already put it into mathbin asking somewhere else for help and it doesn't look like i can copy paste that syntax to here.

http://mathbin.net/56336

Could someone tell me if that is correct so far?
If so can you tell me where to go from there?
If not could you tell me where I made a mistake?

thank you.
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 After many hours of getting no where, I realized that the correct method to solve this problem is Reduction of order. The answer is y2(t) = 1/t.

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