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I've got another trouble with a new differential equation:

[itex](x^2+2)y'''-(x^2+2x+2)y''+2(x+1)y'-2y=0[/itex]

I did a try using matrices(file is attached), however the system to be solved is hard to compute.

Do you have any idea to help me solve this out?

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# Another strange ODE

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