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|Comment||Dear Janet, Thank you for your kind response. But as you said, the problem has only one solution, it is y(x)=0. It can be seen by solving it. But my problem is how can we prove it without solving it. There is another theorem about it except second item you mentioned. It is Picard- Lindolorf theorem and related with Lipschitz continuity, but I do not know how can I apply it. But I really thank for your great help and effort.|
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