Using the result of 12, show that the general solution of the Airy equationy xy = 0, x > 0is y = x1/2[c1f1( 23 ix3/2) + c2f2( 23 ix3/2)], where f1() and f2() are a fundamental set ofsolutions of the Bessel equation of order one-third.

2/23/18 Lecture - Limits of Multiple Variables Friday, February 212:06 PM (Monday no class, Wednesday midterm) Challenge: Review of limits Limits with more variables We have an infinite number of ways to approach this point. Let's choose a way along a line, such as x=0. Let's try from a different...