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Use five iterations, y6, of Euler's method to obtain an approximation of the indicated value with h=0.1. Calculate the absolute error by comparing the approximate solution with the actual solution of the initial value problem at the indicated value.

y'=2xy, y(1)=1, Y(1.5)

Step 1

Consider the provided intitial value problem.

Step 2

According to euler’s method:

Step 3

Now substitute *h* = 0.1 *x*1 = 1, *y*1 = 1 in euler&r...

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