# To get a feel for higher order ODEs, show that the given functions are solutions and form a basis on any interval. Use Wronskians. In Prob. 6, x > 0, e x , e -x , e 2x , y' - 2y - y' + 2y = 0

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To get a feel for higher order ODEs, show that the given functions are solutions and form a basis on any interval. Use Wronskians. In Prob. 6, x > 0,

e^{x}, e^{-x}, e^{2x}, y"' - 2y" - y' + 2y = 0

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