I don't think so

This doesn't mean we can't solve it - even approximate the solution numerically.

As I sucked in Lebesgue spaces, I assume is smooth, and for the sake of well-posedness,

Then etc,

and a Taylor's expansion sais

so

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I did try to solve this but alas I am having little success.

Rewrite,

Note, this is a*non-homogenous*.

Thus, begin by finding the general solution of,

Thus,

Note, this is a*Bernoulli, equation*

Use substitution,

Thus,

.

Thus,

Thus,

Thus,

Thus,

---> general solution.

For the particiluar solution for this ode I had trouble. I went threw many different attempt non of them work. So maybe this is no elementary function which satisfies this particular condition.

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