FINDING ROOTS OF DIFFERENTIAL – INTEGRAL EQUATIONS BY THE IDENTITY METHOD
Keywords:Antiderivative, integral, differential – integral equation, identity, student
To provide some math forms of differential - integral equations, as well as help students achieve remarkable results in exams such as National High School, Excellent Student Contests, and Olympiads, the author has mentioned how to use the homogenization method to find functions in the problem of differential - integral function equations. This helps form an effective way for students to encounter these math problems. These math exercises have been collected and synthesized from several documents and contests in recent years; the author has supplemented and formed general methods supporting students in different themes in studying and researching. Therefore, the students can design similar exercises by themselves
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