Countably Many Positive Solutions for Nonlinear Singular n-Point Boundary Value Problems

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In this paper, a fixed-point theorem has been used to investigate the existence of countable positive solutions of n-point boundary value problem. As an application, we also give an example to demonstrate our results.

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Li, Z. and Shang, Y. (2014) Countably Many Positive Solutions for Nonlinear Singular n-Point Boundary Value Problems. Applied Mathematics, 5, 2264-2270. doi: 10.4236/am.2014.515220.

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