IntroductionSolving functional equations usually does not require heavy prerequisites. Paradoxally, that only makes them more frustrating: they are often much more than plugging random values in the equations. We first briefly describe tvelwe ways of treating functional equations, then we attempt to classify a large number of solved problems according to the method.
Table of ContentsBasic methods for solving functional equations
Cauchy equation and equations of the Cauchy type
Problems with solutions
Problems for independent study
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