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i need to solve this differential equation of 2nd order...if anyone could tell me the way or method to use to do it i would appreciate it. i dont mind if the sol is given

a*x^2 y''+(bx-c1)*y'-by+c2=0

where y'=dy/dx and y"=d^2y/d^2x

a,b,c1,c2 are constants

thanx

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# Solving a 2nd order DE

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