if we have the equation:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

[tex] y^{n}= F(y, \dot y, \ddot y, \dddot y,...........,y^{n-1} ) [/tex]

where F can be a very difficult expression in the sense that can be non-linear and so on..my question is ¿how could we get an asimptotyc solution

y(x) with x--->oo of the differential equation...thanks.

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# Asymptotic solution to a differential equation

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