Airy equation
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Named after George Biddell Airy.
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Airy equation (plural Airy equations)
 (mathematics) , the simplest secondorder linear differential equation with a turning point (a point where the character of the solutions changes from oscillatory to exponential).
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the simplest secondorder linear differential equation with a turning point
