# Answer to Question #44251 in Differential Equations for zaini

Question #44251

Solve the following Cauchy Euler equation by the method of variation of parameters.

x^2 y^n - xy'+y=2x

Determine the singular points of the following differential equation and classify each singular point as regular or irregular.

(x^2 - 9)^2 y^n + ( x+3) y' +2y = 0

x^2 y^n - xy'+y=2x

Determine the singular points of the following differential equation and classify each singular point as regular or irregular.

(x^2 - 9)^2 y^n + ( x+3) y' +2y = 0

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