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I am new here. I need your suggesstion and helping for solving the next nonlinear boundary value problem:

x'=-y/sqrt(x^2+y^2)

y'=x/sqrt(x^2+y^2)

with x(0)=y(0)=-1 and x(pi/4)=y(pi/4)=1

so is it easy to get the analytical solution to the problem above or I have to solve this problem numerically.

thanks in advance

Amr

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# Boundary value problem(ODEs)

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