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    Find y as a function of x if:

    (x^2)(y'') + 15xy'+49y = 0

    y(1) = -4
    y'(1) = -3

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    This is a cauchy-euler DE. In general such equations have this form:

    (x^2)(y'') + axy'+ by = 0
    and their ...

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    This shows how to solve a second order differential equation.

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