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Snehasish ghosh Asked a Question
July 4, 2020 1:48 pmpts 30 pts
Here in Cauchy Euler Homogeneous Linear equation, the part on the right hand side of = sign is not zero but in homogeneous linear differential equations it is zero na?
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  • Ruby negi Best Answer
    this equation is non homogeneous
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  • Mahak thankyou
    whats your doubt i didnt get
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    Snehasish ghosh
    Ma'am, for a linear second order differential equation to be homogeneous, the right hand side of equal to sign has to be zero but in this Cauchy Euler equations,the right hand sid...
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  • Vaishali sharma thankyou
    where it's confusing....i think it's all clear.
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  • Ruby negi
    as homogeneous equation has zero on right hand side...
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