Every single example i have seen of eulers method starts with a range of 0 to some number, what if you had it going from like 2 to some number?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

for example

if we had

x'=2x^2 + tx x(2)=1

and our range was

2 <= t <= 2.5 with h = .25

would I do this?

x(2.25)=x(2)+f(x(2),0)*.25 = 1.5

or would i do this

x(2.25)=x(2)+f(x(2),2)*.25 = 2

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# I need some help understanding eulers method.

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