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12 votes

How to identify secular terms in multiscale expansion?

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Find location and width of boundary layer

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How to find asymptotic expansions of all real roots of $x \tan(x)/\epsilon=1?$

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Boundary value problem with rescaling

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Multiscale analysis with non-integer exponents

4 votes
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Lagerstrom-Cole equation

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Meaning of power series expansion in perturbation theory

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ODE with nested boundary layers

3 votes

Mathematics for Space-Piracy

3 votes

find an approximate solution, up to the order of epsilon

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Numerical Solutions of the Telegrapher's Equation

3 votes
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Two step Backward differentiation formula

3 votes
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Determine $p$, $q$ and $r$ so that the order of the fixed point iteration for computing $a^{1/3}$ becomes as high as possible

3 votes

How to use Monte Carlo method to find volume?

2 votes

A further question on asymptotic expansions of all real roots of xtan(x)=ϵ

2 votes

Obtaining a numerical method of the form $y_{n+2}-y_n=h\left(\beta_0 y_n'+\beta_1 y_{n+1}'+\beta_2 y_{n+2}'\right)$ given an identity.

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How to show the relative error of $ \frac{x_A}{y_A}$

2 votes

How to guess the graph of a differential equation?

2 votes

Solving and Checking: Adding Fractions

2 votes

The product of three consecutive natural numbers is divisible by $6$

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First order, inner, outer and uniform approximations of boundary layer problem

2 votes

determine two-term outer, inner and uniform expansions

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Finding a composite solution to an ODE (boundary layer problem)

2 votes
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Discrete version of continuous SIR model

2 votes

Perturbation theory - Algebraic equations (Repeated roots)

2 votes
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Asymptotic expansion, solving roots to an equation with dominant balance, what went wrong in my approach?

2 votes
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Parametric Equations for A 2-D Helix Where The Distance Between Loops are Powers of $φ$ at Multiples of The Golden Angle

2 votes

A stochastic cannibalistic snail problem

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In fluid-dynamics: $2\nabla\cdot D = \nabla^2\textbf{v}+\nabla(\nabla\cdot\textbf{v})$, where $D$ is the deformation tensor.

2 votes
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Boundary layers: approximately satisfying BC