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Under what conditions the solution of the first order ordinary differential equation exist?
Furthermore, without solving the following initial value problem determine the interval in which the solution is certain to exist.
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solve kuch bhi nhi karna... bus interval likhna hai
what is the interval?
See
P(x) = tan(x) that is continuous every where except (Pi/2 , 3Pi/2 , 5Pi/2 and so on )
Q(x) = sin(x) that is continuous every where....
y=0 where x = Pi/4
so interval would be (-inf .+inf)
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