how am i going to determine if a higher order differential equation is homogenous? example,(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

d/^{4}ydx+^{4}d/^{2}ydx=^{2}y

d/^{3}ydx-^{3}d/^{2}ydx=0^{2}

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# Homogeneous differential equation

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