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Numerical Methods for Solving Differential Equations

Euler's Method

Using the Method with Mathematica

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Your very first Mathematica programming session should have gone something like this:

Print["Hello!"];
powerlist=Table[w^k, {k,3,8}];
Print["Look at my list of powers --> ",powerlist];
Do[Print["That was cool!"], {i,5}]


Program Output

If you didn't get this result, you should probably go back and carefully check your input. Well, enough of the silly "do-nothing" programming. Let's go and tackle the real issue here...the Euler Method Program.


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