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If y+1=(ax+1)(bx+1) where a and b are constants, show that x^2(d^2y/dx^2)-2x(dy/dx)+2y=0?
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If y+1=(ax+1)(bx+1) where a and b are constants, show that x^2(d^2y/dx^2)-2x(dy/dx)+2y=0?
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