Mar10-12, 03:32 PM
I'm not exactly sure how to solve the following non-homogeneous ODE by variation of parameters.
Solve the given non-homogeneous ODE by the variation of parameters:
x^2y" + xy' -1/4y = 3/x + 3x
Can someone please point me in the right direction? Help will be much appreciated!!
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