Differential equations approx method

In summary, a differential equation approximation method is a mathematical technique used to find approximate solutions to differential equations, which are equations involving derivatives. Common methods include Euler's method, Taylor series method, Runge-Kutta method, and finite difference method. These methods break down the original equation into smaller, simpler ones and iteratively solve them to find an approximate solution. The advantages of using these methods include the ability to solve complex equations without exact solutions and the quick and efficient nature of the process. Real-world applications include predicting the behavior of systems in various fields such as physics, engineering, economics, and biology.
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JosephLee
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dy/dt = t^2 - y^2

I can't seem to differentiate this. I've tried so many different things but with no avail

please help!
 
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Hi JosephLee! :smile:

(use the X2 tag just above the reply box :wink:)

Do you mean integrate? :confused: If so …

Hint: t2 - y2 = (t+y)(t-y), so try a substitution. :wink:
 

Related to Differential equations approx method

What is a differential equation approximation method?

A differential equation approximation method is a mathematical technique used to find approximate solutions to differential equations, which are equations that involve derivatives. This method is often used when exact solutions are difficult or impossible to find.

What are some common differential equation approximation methods?

Some common differential equation approximation methods include Euler's method, Taylor series method, Runge-Kutta method, and finite difference method. These methods vary in their accuracy and complexity, and are chosen based on the specific problem at hand.

How do differential equation approximation methods work?

Differential equation approximation methods work by breaking down the original differential equation into smaller, simpler equations. These smaller equations are then iteratively solved to find an approximate solution that closely approximates the behavior of the original equation.

What are the advantages of using differential equation approximation methods?

One of the main advantages of using differential equation approximation methods is that they allow for the solution of complex differential equations that may not have exact solutions. They also provide a quick and efficient way to obtain approximate solutions without having to solve the equations by hand.

What are some real-world applications of differential equation approximation methods?

Differential equation approximation methods have many real-world applications, including in physics, engineering, economics, and biology. They are used to model and predict the behavior of systems such as population growth, chemical reactions, and electrical circuits.

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