Hi, I have a question which asks: Prove that there are infinitly many different solutions to the differential equation x' = x^(1/3) with x(0) =0(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Well, I solved the differential equation with the five initial value.

I got:

x = [ (2/3)(t) ]^(3/2)

And I know that x = 0 is also a solution...

Can somebody show me how to show that this differential equation has infinitly many solutions?

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# Homework Help: Differential Euqation (infinite solutions)

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