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Sathish678

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- I found three independent functions as solutions for this equation

d/dr(r^2dR/dr) = 6R (cauchy equation)

r^2 , r^(-3) , (1/7)r^6.

I found three independent functions as solutions for this equation

d/dr(r^2dR/dr) = 6R (cauchy equation)

r^2 , r^(-3) , (1/7)r^6.

But i read that a second order linear differential eqn has only two independent solutions.

Why this happened?

d/dr(r^2dR/dr) = 6R (cauchy equation)

r^2 , r^(-3) , (1/7)r^6.

But i read that a second order linear differential eqn has only two independent solutions.

Why this happened?