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Show that, under the hypothesis ofCorollary 11.2, if y2 is the solution to y" = p(x)y' +

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Problem 8

Show that, under the hypothesis ofCorollary 11.2, if y2 is the solution to y" = p(x)y' + c/(x)y and y2(a) - y2(h) 0, then y2 = 0

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Author: Richard L. Burden J. Douglas Faires, Annette M. Burden
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