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Hello everybody. I have a quick question. I have the following system of nonlinear differential equations:

(di/dt)(x)+(x^2 - dx/dt)(i)+ v(t) =0 _ _ _1

dv/dt = i/C _ _ _2

I know my Initial Conditions: i(0) = 0, di(0)/dt = 0, x(0) = L, dx(0)/dt = 0, v(0)=V

PS- x is displacement, t is time, i is current, C is capacitance, v is cap voltage.

Does anyone have any clues whatsoever on how to solve this? Can I use Euler's method somehow? What kind of numerical technique do I need??

I would greatly appreciate somebody's help! Thanks all!

(di/dt)(x)+(x^2 - dx/dt)(i)+ v(t) =0 _ _ _1

dv/dt = i/C _ _ _2

I know my Initial Conditions: i(0) = 0, di(0)/dt = 0, x(0) = L, dx(0)/dt = 0, v(0)=V

PS- x is displacement, t is time, i is current, C is capacitance, v is cap voltage.

Does anyone have any clues whatsoever on how to solve this? Can I use Euler's method somehow? What kind of numerical technique do I need??

I would greatly appreciate somebody's help! Thanks all!

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