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Dr. Nyayapati SwamiSingapore
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I can help you in solving first and second order differential equations. Questions must be at the Undergraduate level. Do not expect me to do all your homework.. If you have a homework question with no clues on how to go about, I will only give you some pointers on solving them.  
Scott A WilsonU.S.
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I am capable of solving most ordinary differential equations and a few not so ordinary, but those are few and far between. 
First solve the associated homogeneous problem: (x^2)y''+xy'+y=0, by letting y=x^n Substituting that into the DE gives: (x^n)*(n^2+1)=0 ==> n=i or +i. Thus, y1=x^i or y2=x^(i). Using Euler's formula
Hello Peter, That certainly is a tough integral! I see no way to evaluate it in closed form. Yes, I believe it will have to be done numerically, or express the integrand as a power series, then you
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