|Nov9-06, 07:49 PM||#1|
first order differentials & euler's method
I'm having trouble solving first order differential equations for euler's method.
right now i'm trying to figure out: y' = x + y y(0) = 1
i have: dy/dx - y = x
p(x)=-1 , q(x)=x
.. i don't think i'm doing this right, where am i going wrong?
[sorry about not using the right symbols & thank you!]
|Nov9-06, 09:40 PM||#2|
I thought Euler's method was to do it numerically.
I have no idea.
|Nov9-06, 09:49 PM||#3|
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