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6. Conditions for existence and uniqueness of the solution to real-valued, non-homogeneous Sturm-Liouville problems In the present section we assume problems with real coefficients. Equa-tions with complex coefficients can be split into the real and the imaginary parts. Existence of eigenvalues for real-valued Sturm-Liouville prob-lems. Resources for United States. Energy Information Administration. Resources by () Resources about (50) On the existence and uniqueness of solutions to the EIA long term model United States. Energy Information Administration On the existence and uniqueness of solutions to the EIA long term model United States. Energy Information. Existence and uniqueness of the solution We are going to prove the existence and uniqueness of the solution to the above problem under the assumption that ε > 0 for all t. To this end we note that problem () + () without loss of generality can be reduced in two steps to one of the same kind where C, ε are by: 2. Lecture 5 - Existence and uniqueness of solutions In this lecture, we briefly discuss two key questions in the field of differential equations. Question: (Existence) Does every differential equation with an initial condition have a solution? Answer 1: Definitely not! Example: (y0)2 +y2 +1 = 0 cannot have a solution! Do you see why?