I have not met differential equations involving the composition functions (also not much literature on it).(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Assume we know the form of g=g(x), and need to solve the following differential equation, finding f=f(x):

(g∘f)f'=g

Where g∘f=g(f(x)).

Does anybody have a strategy for solving the above-mentioned differential equation, that involves such function composition?

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# Differential equations involving the function composition

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