I have been looking at the Frobenius method for solving ODEs of the form. I have a few questions on it.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

(x^2)y'' + xby' + cy = 0

If b and c are functions of x, does one use the Frobenius method, where as if they are constants, it is an Euler Cauchy equation and you use y = x^r ??

Thats the first Q. anyway.

Thanks folks!!!

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# Frobenius Method

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