On the Solvability of the Periodic Boundary-Value Problem for a First-Order Differential Equation Unsolved with Respect to the Derivative
In this paper, we obtain solvability conditions for the periodic boundary-value problem for a certain first-order differential equation unsolved with respect to the derivative. These condition were obtained by using the theorem on implicit operators.
Keywords and phrasesperiodic boundary-value problem existence of solution theorem on implicit operators
AMS Subject Classification39X02
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