If given a cauchy euler equation (non-homogeneous) equation, does the approach in looking for a particular solution (in order to solve the non-homogeneous part), differ from normal?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I am also in general confused about how to assign a particular solution form, in many cases. I have yet to find a good, general explanation for how this is determined, covering all cases.

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# How to determine particular solutions for cauchy euler

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