Sturm–Liouville Form. A second-order equation is said to be in Sturm–Liouville form if it is expressed as . Show that the substitutions result in the normal form . If are the initial values for the Sturm–Liouville problem, what are ?
The equation transforms as:
The given initial conditions are
Initial conditions after transformations;
This is the required result.
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