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I have a PDE:

3*u_x + 2*u_y = 0, and I am interested in determining initial values such that there is a unique solution, there are multiple solutions, and there are no solutions at all.

What theorem(s)/techniques would be of use to me for something like this?

Regards,

Dan

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# Existence and uniqueness of PDEs

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