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solve using power series:

(x^2)(y")+y=0

after solving it i stoped at :

an[n^2-n+1]=0

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- #1

- 7

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solve using power series:

(x^2)(y")+y=0

after solving it i stoped at :

an[n^2-n+1]=0

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[tex]y= \sum_{n=0}^{\infty} a_nx^{n+i}[/tex]

where i is not necessarily positive nor even an integer. Look at the