HL Euler's Method 5.16

IB Maths: Applications & Interpretation: HL Euler's Method 5.16

There is no "general solution” for all differential equations. As such, they are classified by whether they are “linear” or “non-linear”, the “methods” that can be used to solve them etc. etc.Analytical solutions (solved using algebraic methods alone) to differential equations that arise in the physical world "are rare" – this is the warning that many(all?) engineering, computer science etc. applied mathematics...

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