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# Form the differential equation having y = (sin^{–1}x)^{2} + A cos^{–1}x + B, where A and B are arbitrary constant, as its general solution.

Answer :

**given:**

**To find**: differential equation for the given equation

Differentiating both sides

**Formula**:

Differentiating again on both sides

**Formula**:

Hence the solution is

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