Non-homogeneous differential equation

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Homework Statement



I am trying to find out the soulution of the following non homogeneous differential equation with variable coefficients. The differential equation is given as follows

Homework Equations



y''+(1/x)y'-(A0/x)y = -B0/x

where,
A0,B0 = constants

Does anyone have any idea how to solve this one???
help is greatly appriciated..
Thanks!!
 

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Office_Shredder
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Do YOU have any ideas on how to solve this one? You need to say what you've tried to get help
 
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I think its a bit complicated for an algebra problem and i think variation of parameters could be one of the suited methods to solve it..but I have no idea how to do it..Whats the combinatrics way?
 
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Office_Shredder wasn't offering suggestions; that's his signature. :smile:

You need to show what you've tried. Surely, you're covering methods in your class relevant to solving this problem. Try one and see where it goes.
 

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