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Asked Jan 26, 2020
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Solution: y1 = 1.200000000; y2 =2.085625000; y3 = 3.079099746

You may want to save the results of these exercises, sincewe’ll revisit in the next two sections. In Exer-
cises 1-5 use Euler's method to find approximate values of the solution of the given initial value problem
at the points x; = xo + ih, where xo is the point wher the initial condition is imposed and i
The purpose of these exercises is to familiarize you with the computational procedure of Euler's method.
1, 2, 3.
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You may want to save the results of these exercises, sincewe’ll revisit in the next two sections. In Exer- cises 1-5 use Euler's method to find approximate values of the solution of the given initial value problem at the points x; = xo + ih, where xo is the point wher the initial condition is imposed and i The purpose of these exercises is to familiarize you with the computational procedure of Euler's method. 1, 2, 3.

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с у+ 3у %3Dх? — Зху + у?, у(0) %3D2;B h%3D0.05 3.

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Step 1

Here, initial condition is given at x = 2.Therefore, start with x0 = 2.

Given equation is:

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Step 2

First approximation at x1 = 0.05 is given by y1 which is calculated as:

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Step 3

Now,

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