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I would really appreciate help with the following question:

Find the fundamental solution for the equation: $y'''=0$

Any and all help would be appreciated, please help. Thank you.

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Are we to assume that y is a function of one variable alone? –  Chris Dugale May 5 '12 at 20:07

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If it is a function of one variable any quadratic polynomial is a solution.

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The text is not italicised by using $...$ but by using _..._ on the main site and in a TeX editor using \textit{}. Hope this helps. Regards, –  user21436 May 6 '12 at 6:46

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