Question

Differential equations

Find the particular solution to the initial value problem:

(x+2)y"+xy'-y=0, y(0)=1, y'(0)=2

Step 1

Consider the differential equation.

Step 2

Shift *n =* *n *+ 1 and *n = n *+ 2 in the first and second summation, respectively.

Step 3

Isolate *cn + *2.

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