#### Problem Statement:

Determine the order and degree of the differential equation 2x (d^4 y)/〖dy〗^4 + 5x^2 (dy/dx)^3 – xy = 0.

- A. Fourth order, first degree
- B. Third order, first degree
- C. First order, fourth degree
- D. First order, third degree.

#### Problem Answer:

The differential equation is a **Fourth order, first degree**.

Solution:

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