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I am new to Physics forums and could use some help understanding/solving this problem.

Use transformation x=e^t to convert equation

x^2y'' + 10xy' + 8y = x^2

Solve this equation to show that solution is

y = a/x^8 + b/x + x^2/30

Let me know if i missed anything here.

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# Constant Coefficient Differential Equation

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