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OpenStudy (anonymous):

d^2f/dx^2+(ax+b)df/dx+cf=const Could someone know an easier way to solute this ode?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Oliver Heaviside had a quick and easy trick for solving this kind of thing. I can't recall exactly how it went, but perhaps someone here will remember it, or try Google.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Laplace transformation or try to formulate some sort of tricky substitution to get it into a 1st order form. Try to play with it and see if you can get it into a constant coefficient form.

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