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Suppose you find an implicit solution y(t) to a first order ODE by finding a function H(y, t) such that H(y(t), t) = 0 for all t in the domain. Suppose your friend tries to solve the same ODE and comes up with a different function F(y, t) such that F(y(t), t) = 0 for all t in the domain. Could you both be right, or must one of you be wrong?

I'm pretty lost on this one, honestly. I thought about using the uniqueness theorem (about f(y,t)) being cts and the partial of f(y,t) w.r.t. y), but then I wasn't sure how I could relate this. Can anyone help me out?

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# Question about multiple functions for a first order ODE

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