Is there anyone that can help me about linearization of the equations around x=teta=0 ? It is a bit urgent. I am waiting answer from the calculus experts.
e135193 said:Is there anyone that can help me about linearization of the equations around x=teta=0 ? It is a bit urgent. I am waiting answer from the calculus experts.
e135193 said:As you see equations are non-linear. I need equations like in the picture below. I heard that it can be made by using taylor series.
e135193 said:thank you so much for your effort. I'm going to try to do but its not going to be easy for me. But the point I smash is that I can not plug that functions into the expression you define above. Can you please a bit help )
e135193 said:hi ,tiny-tim.
Thanks for your effort again but I said that I was not good at mathematics.
I can not take the partial derivative :) of that function.
could you please explain a bit further.
e135193 said:I have to finish this before the sun rises
… did you not understand?tiny-tim said:hmm … got to go to bed now … :zzz:
e135193 said:The equation I found is that the linearized one of the non-linear equations.
e135193 said:I used Mathematica for that partial derivative.
you say it is wrong. Then show the corrcet solution.
please I have to do this otherwise I will fail and I lose my scholarship.