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Whenever it is appropriate, we point out why nonlinear equations are, in general, more difficult, and why many of the techniques that are useful in solving linear equations cannot be applied to nonlinear equations. Solutions. A solution of the ordinary differential equation (8) on the interval α < t < β is a function φ such that φ , φ , . . , φ (n) exist and satisfy φ (n) (t) = f [t, φ(t), φ (t), . . , φ (n−1) (t)] (14) for every t in α < t < β. Unless stated otherwise, we assume that the function f of Eq.

He spent his life as ambassador and adviser to several German royal families, which permitted him to travel widely and to carry on an extensive correspondence with other mathematicians, especially the Bernoulli brothers. In the course of this correspondence many problems in differential equations were solved during the latter part of the seventeenth century. The brothers Jakob (1654–1705) and Johann (1667–1748) Bernoulli of Basel did much to develop methods of solving differential equations and to extend the range of their applications.

I). (c) Compare your solution from part (b) with the solution given in the text in Eq. (17). Note: This method can also be used in some cases in which the constant b is replaced by a function g(t). It depends on whether you can guess the general form that the solution is likely to take. 6 in connection with second order equations. 5. Use the method of Problem 4 to solve the equation dy/dt = −ay + b. 6. 5 p − 450. (a) Find the time at which the population becomes extinct if p(0) = 850. (b) Find the time of extinction if p(0) = p0 , where 0 < p0 < 900.

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