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Two-point boundary value problems for nonlinear ordinary differential equations occur naturally and frequently in applied mathematics, physics and engineering. for example, many problems in flight mechanics, optimization, and control theory, when attacked by the calculus of variations, lead to two-point boundary value problems
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