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I interpret this as f"(x)+x/lc=0; f"(x)=-x/lc; f'(x)=-x^2/(2lc)+a where a is a constant;

f(x)=-x^3/(6lc)+ax+b where b is another constant. I assume that l and c are also constants.
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