# Solve the given IVP, showing the details of your work. x 3 y' + xy' - y = x 2 , y(1) = 1, y' (1) = 3, y (1) = 14

Chapter 3, P R O B L E M S E T 3 . 3 #10

Solve the given IVP, showing the details of your work.

x^{3}y"' + xy' - y = x^{2}, y(1) = 1, y' (1) = 3, y" (1) = 14

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