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I have been trying to solve following nonlinear differential equation, but I couldn't solve it.

0 = a*[f(t)]^{z/(z-1)} + (-t+C)*f(t) + b*[df(t)/dt]

where a, b and C are constants and 0< z<1.

Could you please help me how to solve this nonlinear differential equation? I would really appreciate any suggestions. Many thanks, in advance!

Karen

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# First order nonlinear differential equation Help needed.

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