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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lane%E2%80%93Emden_equation" [Broken]

I am trying to analytically find a solution to the second order differential equation for the case n = 5. I looked at a transformation method which introduces a new variable. It is theta = (x^w)(z), where z = 2/(n - 1) and x = e^t and they somehow reduced the LE to a new form which I cannot do.

They also do not tell me what z is, so I don't know how to differentiate it.

Anyone have some tips here?

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