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Riccati equation

[ ri-kah-tee; Italian reek-kah-tee ]
/ rɪˈkɑ ti; Italian rikˈkɑ ti /
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noun Mathematics.

a differential equation, dy/dx + fy2 + gy + h = 0, where f, g, and h are functions of x.

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Origin of Riccati equation

Named after J. F. Riccati (1676–1754), Italian mathematician

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