ChanYoung Park
Hi! For my math investigation project, I was trying to predict the trajectory of an object in a projectile motion with significant air resistance by using the Euler's Method. But it seems like the differential equation involved there can easily be separated into different variables, and so it seems unnecessary to use the method.
Can anyone suggest me a real life situation(related to physics) where differential equations can be given in the form: $$\frac{dy}{dx}=f(x,y)$$
or any worthwhile idea for investigation using the Euler's method??
Can anyone suggest me a real life situation(related to physics) where differential equations can be given in the form: $$\frac{dy}{dx}=f(x,y)$$
or any worthwhile idea for investigation using the Euler's method??