Give an example of an everywhere continuous function F such that the initial value problem y' = F(y), y(0) = 0 has infinitely many solution.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

The only function that I have thought of so far that has infinite solutions is y=e^{y + c}, but that obviously doesn't fall under the condition of y(0) = 0.

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# Homework Help: Infinite Solution to a differential equation problem

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