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shamieh
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Find the unique solution to the IVP
$t^3y'' + e^ty' + t^4y = 0$ $y(1) = 0$ , $y'(1) = 0$
Should I start out by dividing through by $t^4$
to get
$\frac{1}{t} y" + \frac{e^t}{t^4}y' + y = 0$
$t^3y'' + e^ty' + t^4y = 0$ $y(1) = 0$ , $y'(1) = 0$
Should I start out by dividing through by $t^4$
to get
$\frac{1}{t} y" + \frac{e^t}{t^4}y' + y = 0$