So, when you use the Frobenius method on a differential equation, you assume a solution Σa_k*x^(k+s). Sometimes you get more than one solution for s in the indicial equation. Is the sum of these two solutions you get from evaluating the rest of the problem with each s solution the approximation at what ever point you were investigating on the ODE or are they two separate things not to be added together?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Quick question about method of Frobenius

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