Two concentric spherical conductors radii a and b are at potentials V1 and 0 respectively. The potential V at a distance x from thier common centre is given by [tex] \frac{d[x^2\frac{dV}{dx}]}{dx}=0 \\ [/tex]. Find V in terms of x, a, b and V1 ( Note V=V1 when x=a and V=0 when x=b).(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I just find it difficult to get started on this, I seem not able to separate out the variables dV and x. Thanks for the help.

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# Homework Help: Simple differential equation

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