$\begin{array}{1 1} order4, degree3 \\order3, degree3 \\ order4, degree\;not\;defined \\order2, degree\; not\; defined \end{array} $

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- The highest order derivative present in the differential equation determines the order of the equation.The power to which this derivative is raised determines the degree of the equation.

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The highest order present in the differential equation is $\large\frac{d^4y}{dx^4}$.Hence the order is 4.

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But it is not a polynomial equation in $y'''$,so its degree is not defined.

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