Hi e135193! Welcome to PF!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.
Hi e135193!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.
Hi e135193!thank you so much for your effort. I'm gonna try to do but its not gonna 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 )
ok, let's start with an example: ∂/∂x of √(x² + px + q) … can you do that?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.
But I don't know your time-zone!I have to finish this before the sun rises
… did you not understand?hmm … gotta go to bed now … :zzz:
oh … now I understand.The equation I found is that the linearized one of the non-linear equations.
Words almost fail me!I used Mathematica for that partial derivative.
No-one on this forum will do your work for you.you say it is wrong. Then show the corrcet solution.
If you can't do elementary calculus in your head, are you even doing the right course for you?please I have to do this otherwise I will fail and I lose my scholarship.