# Asymptotic Behavior of Solutions of the Cauchy Problem *x*′ = *f*(*t*, *x*, *x*′), *x*(0) = 0

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## Abstract

We prove the existence of continuously differentiable solutions \(x:(0,{\rho ]} \to \mathbb{R}^n\) such that or where

$$\left\| {x\left( t \right) - {\xi }\left( t \right)} \right\| = O\left( {{\eta }\left( t \right)} \right),{ }\left\| {x'\left( t \right) - {\xi '}\left( t \right)} \right\| = O\left( {{\eta }\left( t \right)/t} \right),{ }t \to + 0$$

$$\left\| {x\left( t \right) - S_N \left( t \right)} \right\| = O\left( {t^{N + 1} } \right),{ }\left\| {x'\left( t \right) - S'_N \left( t \right)} \right\| = O\left( {t^N } \right),{ }t \to + 0,$$

$${\xi }:\left( {0,{\tau }} \right) \to \mathbb{R}^n ,{ \eta }:\left( {0,{\tau }} \right) \to \left( {0, + \infty } \right),{ }\left\| {{\xi }\left( t \right)} \right\| = o\left( 1 \right),$$

$${\eta }\left( t \right) = o\left( t \right),{ \eta }\left( t \right) = o\left( {\left\| {{\xi }\left( t \right)} \right\|} \right),{ }t \to + 0,{ }S_N \left( t \right) = \sum\limits_{k = 2}^N {c_k t^k ,}$$

$$c_k \in \mathbb{R}^n ,k \in \left\{ {2,...,N} \right\},{ }0 < {\rho } < {\tau },{ \rho is sufficiently small}{.}$$

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