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## Homework Statement

y''-4y'+4y=(12e^2x)/(x^4)

I am trying to solve this differential equation. I know you would use the variation of parameters method, and I am trouble with the wronskian. My solution manual doesn't actually use a wronskian so I can't verify my work

## Homework Equations

## The Attempt at a Solution

I end up with w=e^4x

w1=(-12e^4x)/(x^3)

w2=(12e^4x)/(x^4)

But at this point the integrals for u1 and u2 seem rather impossible.