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Unformatted text preview: tion you obtained in (c); just sketch the graphs to show you understand the basic appoach. (e) (1 Point) What is the limiting value of n as n becomes very large? For an extra point, start with the ODE (1), multiply through by ( x ), integrate the result from 0 to , use integration by parts and the boundary conditions (2) to obtain an expression for 2 . This is called the Rayleigh quotient....
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