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im very much confused abt finding the degree of deferential equation of various problems.I have got the defination of "degree "of deferential equation as "the highest exponent of the highest derivative "okk now im clear but actually working with problems im much wired can anyone help me pls

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# Finding the degree of a deferential equation

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