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Which of the following statements are true about the differential equation:

$$(x^3 + x^2 -2x) y'' + (x \cos x) y' + (x-2) y = 0$$

$x = \pi/2$ is a singular point.

$x = 0$ is an ordinary point.

There is a Taylor series solution centered about $x = -2$.

There is a Taylor series solution centered about $x = 2$.

None of the Above