SemM

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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Hi, I tried to solve the following in Wolfram alpha:

y''' + (1-x^2)y=0

y(0)=0

y'(0)=0

y''(0)=0

however, I got answer which cannot be reproduced (even at wolfram pages).

I have tried ODE45 in MATLAB, but it only gives a plot.

Is there any way to solve this analytically or numerically to give a solution?

Thanks

y''' + (1-x^2)y=0

y(0)=0

y'(0)=0

y''(0)=0

however, I got answer which cannot be reproduced (even at wolfram pages).

I have tried ODE45 in MATLAB, but it only gives a plot.

Is there any way to solve this analytically or numerically to give a solution?

Thanks