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linear differential equations

Equations whose solutions are linear, which differ from nonlinear differential equations that cannot be solved analytically.
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Xu, "Hyers-Ulam stability of a class of fractional linear differential equations," Kodai Mathematical Journal, vol.
In the value distribution theory of entire functions, Bruck's conjecture [6] is still an open question, and it has close relation to the following nonhomogeneous complex linear differential equation,
For completeness, in Annex we include a proof of the well-known elementary solution method for solving non-homogeneous linear differential equations with constant coefficients, used in the first application.
This is exactly the method that allowed us to obtain the linear differential equation for a more complicated market structure presented in Figure 1b:
The Lagrange method for variation of constants applies to linear differential equations of higher order.
The recurrence turns to a linear differential equation satisfied by t(y), which reduces to the homogenous equation
satisfying a first-order linear differential equation, the polynomial E that realizes the minimum of k(u) is unique.
The formalism with nth-order linear differential equations is developed for obtaining equivalent differential systems of n first-order linear equations.
Ishizaki, An oscillation result for a certain linear differential equation of second order, Hokkaido Math.
Linear Differential Equations with Delayed Arguments, Nauka, Moskow
Since, for a linear differential equation, the flow is independent of Y, so [sigma]([y.
Miura, Miyajima and Takahasi (6) investigated the Hyers-Ulam stability of nth order linear differential equation with complex coefficients.
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