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Solving "Impossible" Differential Equations with Mathematica(continued from last page...) Your results should have looked like this:
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Well that was sort of what we expected an approximate function. What Mathematica has basically done to solve our differential equation is produce a list of points that lie "close" to the actual function that solves the initial value problem. Picking the output to pieces:
Now how does one use a solution such as this one? We'll see on the next page... |
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