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Given the equation y'= xg(x,y) , suppose that g and (partial) dg/dy are defined and continuous for all (x,y). Show the following:
1) y(x)=0 is a solution
2)if y=y(x), x in (a,b) is a solution and if y(x0)>0, x0 in (a,b), then y(x)>0 for all x in (a,b)
Please i need your help.
1) y(x)=0 is a solution
2)if y=y(x), x in (a,b) is a solution and if y(x0)>0, x0 in (a,b), then y(x)>0 for all x in (a,b)
Please i need your help.