# Differential Equations for Initial condition Changes

I am currently having trouble with some of this stuff, and my job requires that i learn this all again so i was wondering if i could get some help

t(t-3)y''+2ty'-y=t^2

y(1)=yo, y'(1)=y1

y1 and yo are real constants

find the interval of the unique solution

Also find the interval if the above initial condition changes to y(4)=yo and y'(4)=y1

Find general solution using Euler-Cauchy Equation

3t^2y''+11ty'-3y=0

t>0

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t(t-3)y'' + 2ty' - y = t^2

y(1)=yo, y'(1)=y1

y1 and yo are real constants

find the interval of the unique solution

Also find the interval if the above initial condition changes to y(4)=yo and y'(4)=y1

Sol: Rewriting the equation in standard form,

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#### Solution Summary

The differential equations for initial condition changes are examined. The general solution using Euler-Cauchy equations are provided.