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I must complete the following exercise by the end of tonight:
It is suggested that we use the following formulation of the Gronwall inequality:Let such that
, ,
where are continuous on . Show that the solutions of the IVP
,
exist on .
Also, I suspect (though I am not certain) that the following theorem, part of the unit of this exercise, might be useful:Suppose that is a continuous solution of
, ,
where are continuous and for . Then
, .
Any help would be much appreciated!Let , , , , and is bounded. Then every solution of , , exists on .
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