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Differential equation: 3(xy'+ y) =(y^2)lnx?

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... y'+(2\ln^2x+3\ln x+2)y=0$ (linear) $A(x)y''+B ... 2x\ln x(\ln x+1)y'+(2\ln^2x+3\ln x+2)y=0$ ... you don't get a differential equation with constant ...
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