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I am currently reading a book on asymptotic and pertubation methods for finding approximate solutions.

How asymptotic methods and pertubaion methods are related? I mean, can I skip asymptotic methods and directly jump to study pertubation methods? (I know it may be better to have a thorough view on the subject. But I am really out of time.)

Please kindly help.

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# Asymptotic methods and pertubation method

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