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x^{3}y''' + 15x^{2}y'' + 61xy' + 64y = 0

I get 3 solutions which are all -4.

Does this mean that the solution for y should be:

y = c_{1}x^{-4}+ c_{2}x^{-4}lnx + c_{3}x^{-4}ln^{2}x

?

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# Quick question (Euler)

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