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**MAT244--Lectures & Home Assignments / Sec 7.1 Q4**

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What does $u^{(4)}$ stand for?

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What does $u^{(4)}$ stand for?

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In **Method of Reduction**, part a, after wronskian is expanded $y_1$ should be replaced by $y_1'$

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I believe there is a typo in exercise 2.4 question 27b.

I was checking the textbook and seems like the substitution should be $v = y^{1-n}$ though what I see from course website is $v = y^{1\hat{a}'n}$

I was checking the textbook and seems like the substitution should be $v = y^{1-n}$ though what I see from course website is $v = y^{1\hat{a}'n}$

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