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Unformatted text preview: (x-0)^2(-3x ) = 3x = -3 = -3= finite x->0 x^2(1-x) (1-x) 1 so, x=0 is an irregular singular point. lim (x-1)(x-2) = -(x-2) = 1 = 1 = finite x->1 x^2(1-x) x^2 1 lim (x-1)^2(-3x) = 3(x-1) = 0= finite x->1 x^2(1-x) x so x=1 is a regular singular point. 35- 37- 39-...
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