Is there a way to obtain the order of an ODE in mathematica.

For example, if i have `y''+5y`

i want mathematica return `2`

(beacuse it's a 2nd order equation). So, is it possible what i'm asking?

Is there a way to obtain the order of an ODE in mathematica.

For example, if i have `y''+5y`

i want mathematica return `2`

(beacuse it's a 2nd order equation). So, is it possible what i'm asking?

here is a way to extract the value automatically:

```
ode = y'' + y' + y == 0 ;
Max[Cases[ ode , Derivative[n_][y] :> n , Infinity]]
```

2

note this just finds the largest derivative in the expression, it doesn't verify if the expression is actually an ode..

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