Find a formula for the Wronskian $W(x,y) = xdot{y} − dot{x}y$ of

two solutions of the second-order autonomous equation

$$ddot{x} + c_1dot{x} + c_0x = 0.$$

I am not sure how to approach this problem and I would appreciate any kind of help!

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# Math Genius: Finding Formula for the Wronskian of the second-order autonomous equation

Find a formula for the Wronskian $W(x,y) = xdot{y} − dot{x}y$ of

two solutions of the second-order autonomous equation

$$ddot{x} + c_1dot{x} + c_0x = 0.$$

I am not sure how to approach this problem and I would appreciate any kind of help!