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## Homework Statement

Find the general solution of x^2y" + xy' - y = 1/x

## Homework Equations

m(m-1) +am + b = 0 to solve an Euler Cauchy equation

## The Attempt at a Solution

a=1 b=-1

m(m-1) -m -1 =0

m^2 - 2m -1 = 0

I just wanna know whether the first step is right. And once I find out the values of M, do I use variation of parameters to find the particular solution? Thanks