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Nov
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suggested approved edit on Does a Frobenius group with a $p$-group complement necessarily have a normal Sylow $2$-subgroup?
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reviewed Reviewed solving the equation $x^4-5x^3+11x^2-13x+6=0$ by given condition
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revised Find a particular solution for the differential equation by the method of undetermined coefficients.
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Nov
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answered A given functional is path independent if k equals to the one of the following:
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comment A given functional is path independent if k equals to the one of the following:
Back to the problem, in what context is path independent used?
Nov
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comment A given functional is path independent if k equals to the one of the following:
Also, you should really look for more descriptive titles; "problems related to ..." don't say much about the question at hand, and reduce the number of people who might help.
Nov
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comment Showing a differential equation has a unique solution in $C[0, 1]$
Here are some decent notes on the subject. I recommend you to read Braun's Differential Equations and Their Applications for thourough (introductory level) proofs of existence and uniqueness theorems.
Nov
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comment Showing a differential equation has a unique solution in $C[0, 1]$
No is not, as it doesn't satisfy the initial condition. The solution is unique when initial conditions are imposed. You should really study the Piccard's Theorem. The uniqueness is consequence of the contraction. As the operator is a contraction, the iterations converge to the fixed point, which is unique, i.e., they cannot converge to any other point. Also, the addition of the constant works because this ode is linear; Piccard's is more general and it works whit nonlinear odes, where you cannot add constants blindly.
Nov
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revised Diff equations-Duhamels formula for $t\to\infty$
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reviewed Reviewed Ordinal non-commutative addition example
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comment Showing a differential equation has a unique solution in $C[0, 1]$
The fixed point is the solution ;)
Nov
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revised For what values of $a$, $b$ and $c$ is $f(x) = ax^2 + bx + c$ (i) one-to-one? (ii) onto?
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answered Laplace Transform Help
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revised Laplace Transform Help
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revised Initial-Value Problem Taylor's Method of order 2
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