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seiyakou2005n1 2022-05-24 Answered
E.g. the equation is
u ( x ) = f ( x ) u ( x )
Is there a general form of solving such an equation?
If not, is there a general form for f ( x ) being a linear function?
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Fahrleine9m
Answered 2022-05-25 Author has 11 answers
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u ( x ) u ( x ) = 1 f ( x ) ln [ u ( x ) ] = 1 f ( x ) d x
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