Further results on common zeros of the solutions of two differential equations.

*(English)*Zbl 1282.34092Summary: Two problems are discussed. In the first problem, we consider one homogeneous and one non-homogeneous differential equation and study when the solutions of these differential equations can have (nearly) the same zeros. In the second problem, we consider two linear second-order differential equations and investigate when the solutions of these differential equations can take the value 0 and a non-zero value at (nearly) the same points.

We apply the Nevanlinna theory and properties of entire solutions of linear differential equations.

In the first problem, the results determine all pairs of such equations having solutions with the same zeros or nearly the same zeros. Regarding the second problem, the results also show all pairs of such equations having solutions taking the value 0 and a non-zero value at (nearly) the same points.

We apply the Nevanlinna theory and properties of entire solutions of linear differential equations.

In the first problem, the results determine all pairs of such equations having solutions with the same zeros or nearly the same zeros. Regarding the second problem, the results also show all pairs of such equations having solutions taking the value 0 and a non-zero value at (nearly) the same points.

##### MSC:

34M10 | Oscillation, growth of solutions to ordinary differential equations in the complex domain |

34M03 | Linear ordinary differential equations and systems in the complex domain |

30D35 | Value distribution of meromorphic functions of one complex variable, Nevanlinna theory |

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\textit{A. Asiri}, J. Inequal. Appl. 2012, Paper No. 222, 16 p. (2012; Zbl 1282.34092)

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