Find a general solution in terms of J v and Y v . Indicate whether you could also use J -v instead of Y v . Use the indicated substitution. Show the details of your work. y + k 2 x 2 y = 0 (y = u√x, 1/2kx 2 = z)

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Find a general solution in terms of Jv and Yv. Indicate whether you could also use J-v instead of Yv. Use the indicated substitution. Show the details of your work.

y" + k2x2y = 0 (y = u√x, 1/2kx2 = z)

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