Hello. I'm solving the second order nonlinear ODE, and I'm not sure that it's possible or not.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Please help.

A_0, B_0, C_0, a, b, c, e, p is all known constant.

dA/dt = -(a+b*C)*B

dB/dt = -p*c*A

dC/dt = -(1-p)*e*A

then I want to get a solution like A(t) = function of (A_0, B_0, C_0, a, b, c, e, p)

Can it be possible?

please help :(.

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# A Is it possible to solve this differential equation?

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