do initial conditions have to be where t=0,

do initial conditions have to be where t=0,

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No.
"Initial conditions" is an arbitrary marker. So is t=0.

boundary is when they give t=a, t=b. rather than y(a)=k1 , y'(a)= k2 and so on.

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