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# Answer: itself. In 35–38 find an explicit solution of the ISBN: 9781111827052 44

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Problem 41E

PROBLEM 41E

Often a radical change in the form of the solution of a differential equation corresponds to a very small change in either the initial condition or the equation itself. In Problems 35–38 find an explicit solution of the given initial-value problem. Use a graphing utility to plot the graph of each solution. Compare each solution curve in a neighborhood of (0, 1). Step-by-Step Solution:

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In this problem we have to find an explicit solution of the given initial-value problem.

Given IVP is Step 2 of 4

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