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x^2+2 and x^2-2 are fundamental set of solutions of a second order ODE. find the ODE.

form:y''+p(x) y'+ q(x) y=0.

I tried to replace the two solutions in the equation but because those solutions have exact same first and second derivatives, I found p(x)=q(x)=0 !!!!

Can you help me to find p(x) and q(x)?

Thank you

B.

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# Homework Help: Help with ODE

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