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You can only have one variable in an ODE and in this case that variable is t, i.e. the equation is

dy/dt=f(t)

where f is some function of t (and ONLY of t, otherwise it is a PDE).

In order to have a single solution to this ODE you then only need the initial value of y at time 0, i.e. y(0).

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Cool thanks I think that's what I was looking for.

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