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Feb29-12, 12:21 PM
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Ok, I sort of get it but still slightly confused, an exact question I have is: In the following case:

x'(t) = log(3t(x(t)-2)), where t0 = 3 and x0 = 5

Does the theorem of existence and unicity guarantee an existence of a solution for the initial value problem x(t0) = x0? Justify your answer.

What would your answer be to this? Would help me understand if I got a model answer.