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Answer: Use Taylors method of order two to approximate the solution for each of the

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Problem 5

Use Taylors method of order two to approximate the solution for each of the following initial-value problems. a. y = y/t (y/t) 2 , 1 t 1.2, y(1) = 1, with h = 0.1 b. y = sin t + et , 0 t 1, y(0) = 0, with h = 0.5 c. y = (y2 + y)/t, 1 t 3, y(1) = 2, with h = 0.5 d. y = ty + 4ty1 , 0 t 1, y(0) = 1, with h = 0.25 6.

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Section 1.1 Angles are commonly measured in degrees A complete rotation = 360​° 1​° = 1/360 90° = 90/360 or ¼ of a rotation Therefore 90° in each quadrant 180° = ½ of a rotation Angles that are greater than 90° (x° > 90°) ​are obtuse Angles that are less than 90° (x° < 90°) ​are acute Angles sitting exactly at 90° are ​right angles. Finding Complement or Supplement angles. Comp subtracts angle x​°​ from 90° ​ Sup subtracts angle x° from 180° So

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