# Using Abel's Theorem, find the Wronskian

NiallBucks
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Using Abel's thrm, find the wronskian between 2 soltions of the second order, linear ODE:
x''+1/sqrt(t^3)x'+t^2x=0
t>0

I think I got the interal of 1/sqrt(t^3) to be 2t/sqrt(t^3) but this is very different to the other examples I've done where a ln is formed to cancel out the e in the formula
W(x1,x2)= Cexp(-intergral 1/sqrt(t^3) dt)

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