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Differential equations:

Using the power series method, find the particular solution to the initial value problem:

y"+x^{2}y'+xy=0, y(0)=3, y'(0)=1

Step 1

Consider the given initial value problem:

Step 2

Suppose the power series solution is:

Step 3

Now, put these values in...

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