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Solution: In 1 –10 determine the singular points of the

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Problem 4E

In 1 –10 determine the singular points of the given differential equation. Classify each singular point as regular or irregular.

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Solution Step1Given thatWe have to find the singular points of the differential equation and we have to group each singular point as regular or irregularStep2 Singular points : Values of x that make P(x)=0Here The singular points areNow Calculate the limits for the singular point is regular or irregular =0Thus the limit exist.Then x=0 is regular singular point.Step 3Now at x= 1Calculating the limits for =Limit is doest not exist. Then at x=1 is an irregular singular point.Therefore, the singular points of the differential equation are 0,11 is an irregular and 0 is regular.

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Textbook: A First Course in Differential Equations with Modeling Applications
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Author: Dennis G. Zill
ISBN: 9781111827052

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