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I was just wondering why taking ∂f/∂y provides the interval on which y is unique (or not necessarily). Could someone possibly provide some mathematical intuition behind this and possibly a proof of some sort detailing why y is unique if ∂f/dy is continuous? Also, how exactly (if it can) is uniqueness determined if ∂f/dy is discontinuous at a certain point?

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