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answered Why is $\operatorname{Log}(2z-3i)$ not well defined?
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comment is my answer correct? derivative of logarithmic functions
$y=-1/\log (x)$
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comment Using Runge-Kutta-Fehlberg 4-5 for higher dimension systems
Thanks - I missed that - the $k_i$ should be computed for all components before moving onto $k_{i+1}$ because to compute the $k_{i+1}$ for all components we need $k_i$ for all components.
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answered Using Runge-Kutta-Fehlberg 4-5 for higher dimension systems
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comment Basic Residue problem
The contour, $|z-1|=1$, is the unit circle in the complex plane centred at $z=1$. Are there any poles in that region? Find the poles, if any, compute the residues, and then use the residue theorem (sum of residues) multiplied by a constant...
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comment Using Runge-Kutta-Fehlberg 4-5 for higher dimension systems
I've updated my question - but I'm not clear if it relates to your answer. Does my update agree with your answer? Perhaps your $k_{ijk}$ are my $a,b,c,d$, e.g. $k_{1jn}=a_j^{(n)}$
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