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How I can use mathematica to get the answer of this question (Using the Runge-Kutta method of order 2 solve x'(t) = -x (t) + t^0.1 (1.1+t) x (0)=0 whose solution is , x(t)=t^1.1 solve the question on [0,5] printing... This may be help you
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Thank you very much Frank Kampas
Hi Alan may be like this Plot3D[(x^2+xy+y^2),{x,1,10},{y,5,17}]
Thank you so much Sean Clarke .but I want ask you another question if I solve this eq . I can solve it like homogenous eq. or exact eq. I get two equalivant solution how I can prove there equavilant by mathematica ???
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you have f'(2)=-1*f''(4)=0 and you want f'(6) ?! if that ,try by using Solve
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