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jawhnay
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Can anyone explain to me how I would go about transforming a Cauchy-Euler equation for an equation such as:
x^{2}y'' - xy' = ln x
I know you have to start with x = e^{t} or t = ln x however I'm not sure what to do next...
x^{2}y'' - xy' = ln x
I know you have to start with x = e^{t} or t = ln x however I'm not sure what to do next...