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Homework Help: math (differential equation)

Posted by shoosh on Sunday, March 3, 2013 at 4:53pm.

show that y sub n=cos(ncos^-1(x)) satisfies the differential equation:
(1-x^2)(d^2y/dx^2)-x(dy/dx)+n^2(dy/dx)=0

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