particular solution

noun Mathematics.
a solution of a differential equation containing no arbitrary constants.


Origin:
1895–1900

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  support or rejection of any particular solution.
They do not specify a particular solution, but rather define what a potential
  solution must accomplish.
Regrettably, this particular solution seems unlikely.
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