MAT2680 Differential Equations, FA2013

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    Afzal
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    Hello professor,
    would you please help me to clear my confusion about ” t “in the example that are in slide in for ch-8.3. is t0=0 was given?. And when the problem iv in final sample exam mention h=.05 and final value t = 2, is that mean t0=2 and we have to increase .05 every time?

    Thank you

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    Ezra Halleck
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    No, t0 is always the t-part of the initial value, i.e., if the initial value is y(0)=1 then t0=0.

    Solutions to the sample exam are now posted.

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