Qualitative Analysis of an Implicit Singular Cauchy Problem
We consider a singular Cauchy problem for a first-order ordinary differential equation unsolved with respect to the derivative of the unknown function. We prove the existence of continuously differentiable solutions with required asymptotic properties.
KeywordsDifferential Equation Qualitative Analysis Ordinary Differential Equation Cauchy Problem Unknown Function
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