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Boundary value problem (BVP) When the values of a soln to a DE are specified at two different points, these conditions are called boundary condition. (In contrast, Initial value problem (IVP) specifies the value of a solution and its derivative at the same point.) The purpose of this exercise is to show that for Boundary value problems there is no existence-uniqueness theorem that is analogous to Initial value problem given in class. Given that solutions to y00 + y = 0 is of the form: y = c1 cos t + c2 sin t where c1, c2 are arbitrary constants. (a) There is a unique soln to the above equ

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