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i'm confused on how to approach this problem, my professor did an example and he used m^2-m-4m+6 = 0, if u have t^2*y''-4ty' +6y = 0;

So i tried to do the following, but the answer is wrong. Anyone see?

http://img88.imageshack.us/img88/3603/lastscan7jj.jpg [Broken]

THanks!

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# Homework Help: 2nd order Diff EQ with x^2*y'', what shall i do! i missed it!

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