Further Examples: RSolve
Here is the solution to a second-order ordinary recurrence equation. It uses C and C as the constants of summation by default.
This solves the same equation, specifying that the summation constants are K and K.
You can add constraints and boundary conditions for recurrence equations.
This verifies the solution.
Here is the solution for a Riccati-type equation.
Here is an equation whose solution involves Bessel functions.
This equation is solved using Abramov and Bronstein's algorithm.
This system is also solved using Abramov and Bronstein's algorithm.
This equation is solved using van Hoeij's algorithm.
The solution of this equation involves Chebyshev functions.
The Logistic equation is solved in terms of trigonometric functions.
This nonlinear equation is solved by a transformation method.
RSolve also solves q-difference equations.