# Finding all real solutions of a linear ODE.

Find all real solutions of the linear equation

$y''+\frac{4}{x}y'-\frac{10}{x^2}y =0$

on the interval $(0, \infty)$ by using the substitution $y(x)=z(\ln(x))$.

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