Positive solutions for second order impulsive differential equations with integral boundary conditions
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This paper is concerned with a class of second order impulsive differential equations with integral boundary conditions. Under different combinations of superlineary and sublinearity of nonlinear term and the impulses, various existence, multiplicity, and nonexistence results for positive solutions are derived in terms of the parameter lies in some intervals. The results obtained herein generalize and improve some known results.
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