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revised What is the significance of the Increment Theorem in non-standard analysis?
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comment What are other solutions to this differential equation, “similar” to $\sin x$ and $e^x$?
If I could I would accept more than one answer; all were helpful. The others address the delay differential equation; but as you said, that would be a sidetrack given my immediate goal of understanding the electric circuits. Thanks everyone!
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comment What are other solutions to this differential equation, “similar” to $\sin x$ and $e^x$?
Thanks, fixed it.
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revised What are other solutions to this differential equation, “similar” to $\sin x$ and $e^x$?
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comment What is the significance of the Increment Theorem in non-standard analysis?
@spernerslemma I don't understand why I couldn't legitimately write the fraction before, or why this theorem would change that.
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