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Feb1913, 04:08 AM

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I am trying to establish why, I'm assuming one uses taylor series,
[itex] \frac{\partial u}{\partial t}[/itex](t+k/2, x)= (u(t+k,x)u(t,x))/k + O(k^2) I have tried every possible combination of adding/subtracting taylor series, but either I can not get it exactly or my O(k^2) term doesn't work out (it's O(k^1) or O(k^3) ) 


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