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1. Using series solution to solve dy/dx - y(x) = x where y(0) = -1. [y(x) = Σ ak x^k from 0 to infinity.

2 Find c0 and c1 in y(x) = c0 e^αx + c1 e^-αx so that y(x) = a0 cosh(αx) +(a1/α) sinh (αx)

3. Find the 2 independent solutions of x d2y/dx2 + 2 dy/dx +xy = 0 using the frobenius solution with r = 0, -1

2. Relevant equations

3. The attempt at a solution

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