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29), mustbe identical. 2 1. Solvethe followingdifferential equations: 2 (a) d-~Y+xy:e-X~/2 ax (c) (b) dY+2ycotanx=cosx dx ¯ dy (e) sin x cos x-- + y = sin dx Section 2. 4 3. Obtain the homogeneoussolution to the followingdifferential (a) d3y (b) 3 dx dzy dy 2y=0 dx z dx equations: d2y 1 dy dx 2 4 dx ÷ Y = 0 (c) d3Y-3dY+2y=0 dx d4y (d) d-’~-- 8 d2y ~x ~+ 16y=0 d4y (e) ~-T- 16y= d~y (f) d---~ + iy = 0 day (g) d--~- + 16y = dd~-~Y3 2 d~y + dy (h) dSY d4Y dx 2_.. + dx--- T ~--y=0 dx 4 5 (i) d3--~-Y+ 8a3y= 3dx d2Y + 2a3y = 0 d3Y (j) ~x 3 -T a dx--- d4y + 2 (k) ~-~- ~ +a4y=O (1) d~6Y+ 64y = 0 i = ~Z-~ CHAPTER 4.
7) W Jp,Yp JpYp = ~x ( ) = JpYp , - ,__2 whichis independentof p. 4) axe applied. Fromthe recurrenceformula,eq. 2), oneobtainsthe followingby setting p = am+2 = am m= 0, 1, 2 .... z(m+ a + 2) Again,by induction,onecan showthat the evenindexedcoefficients are: m a2m= (-1) at z (0- + 2)z(0-+ 2 .. (0- + 2m y(x,0-) at xa + atZ(-1)m m=1,2.... x2m+a . + 4)~ 2... (0- + 2m) (0- + 2)2(0 m=l Usingthe formfor the secondsolution given in eq. 16), oneobtains: y2(x)= °~Y(X’0-) = at xa logx +ao logx ~ c90- 0-0 = 0 m=1 -2a0 E(-I) m (0- + (-1)mx2m+a +2m)z (0-+2)2(a--’-~"~-~ 2)2(0.
20) It c~ ~ shown ~at ~e l~t infinite ~fies is pro~onal m y~(x). 6 Obtain the solutions of the followingdifferential equation about x0 = O: 2 9 Since xo -- 0 is a RSP,then substituting the Frobeniussolution into the differential equationresults in: n+ff)2 = - an xn+°-2+ ~’ a nn+ff X =0 ~_~ n=0 which, uponextracting the two terms with the lowest powersof x, gives: SERIES SOLUTIONS OF ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQS. 35 2 --~] alx°-I + (~r2 --~] a0x°-2 +[(o+1) m=0 Thus, equating the coefficient of each powerof x to zero; one obtains: and the recurrence formula: a,=*2= am (m+2+tr)=_9~ am = (m+a+~)(m+a+7//2) m=0, 1,2 ....