Having a bit of trouble with this equation, I need to find V explicitly and this would obviously be done by factorising and integrating, but I can't seem to factorise it correctly. I have what I think is the correct answer but can't do the steps to get there. Any help would be greatly appreciated.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

δ^{2}V/δr^{2}+ 1/r δV/δr - V/r = 0

which I think goes to:

V = C_{1}r/2 + C_{2}/r

C_{1}and C_{2}being constants of integration.

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# Factorising and integrating a differential

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