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Consider the IVP:

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Consider the IVP:a'(t)=e=(t)(t+1)x(t)x(to)=T0Select the wrong options from the list below.Note:You do not need to compute the solution of the IVP.If (to,co)=(-1,2),then the IVP does not satisfy the assumptions of Picard’s Theorem.If to >-1 and xo 0,then there exists a unique solution of the IVP,whose maximum interval satisfies I C(-1,oo).If to <-1 and o >0,then there exists a unique solution of the IVP,whose maximum interval satisfies I C(-o,to).Ifto>-1 and To>O,then there exists a unique solution of the IVP,whose maximum interval I is such that x(t)>O,Vt∈I.

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