y1= x^-1/2*sin x
W= c.e^-(integrate (p(t))
The Attempt at a Solution
My Wronskian gave me a first order ODE that I really don't know solve.
x^-1/2*sinx y' + (1/2 x^-3/2 sin x- x^-1/2cosx) y2
I don't solved the Abel's equation cause I don't know what to do with this amount of sin and cos ahahhahaha.
Is the exercise 37 of Boyce and Diprima