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accepted How to solve $ f'(x) = k x \cdot f(x) $
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comment How to solve $ f'(x) = k x \cdot f(x) $
@Amzoti, if you post that comment as an answer I'll accept it
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asked How to solve $ f'(x) = k x \cdot f(x) $
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asked AUTO Software for ODE's: references or forums?
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comment Derive forward Euler method for two-variable function
the function x(t0,x0) is a function of two variables, but it is expanded in only one of them.
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comment Derive forward Euler method for two-variable function
Great answer. I knew of the geometrical interpretation, just needed assurance on the Taylor expansion.
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accepted Derive forward Euler method for two-variable function
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comment Derive forward Euler method for two-variable function
@yoknapatawpha, edited, thanks!
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revised Derive forward Euler method for two-variable function
Typo
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asked Derive forward Euler method for two-variable function
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accepted Prove that there are no fixed points in a non-autonomous system
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comment Prove that there are no fixed points in a non-autonomous system
Maybe it's my understanding of fixed points that is somewhat lacking. Is it a necessary condition for a fixed point to occur that $\dot x_1 = 0, \dot x_2 = 0, ... \dot x_{n+1} = 0$?
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asked Prove that there are no fixed points in a non-autonomous system