 75.Q1: If dy/dx is directly proportional to y, then dy/dx = ?.
 75.1: How Eulers Method Works, 1: Figure 75e shows the slope field for t...
 75.Q2: If dy/dx = 3y, then the general solution for y is ?.
 75.2: How Eulers Method Works, 2: Figure 75f shows the slope field for t...
 75.Q3: If dy/dx = 0.1 xy, what is the slope of the slopefield line at the...
 75.3: For 3 and 4, the table shows values of the derivative dy/dx for a f...
 75.Q4: If y = Ce0.2x and y = 100 when x = 0, then C = ?
 75.4: For 3 and 4, the table shows values of the derivative dy/dx for a f...
 75.Q5: dv/(1 v) = ?
 75.5: Numerical Program for Eulers Method: Obtain or write a program for ...
 75.Q6: (d/dx)(sec x) = ?
 75.6: Graphical Program for Eulers Method: Obtain or write a grapher prog...
 75.Q7: Sketch the graph of y for Figure 75d. Figure 75d
 75.7: Figure 75g shows the slope field for the differential equation Fig...
 75.Q8: Differentiate implicitly: x3y5 = x + y
 75.8: Figure 75h shows the slope field for the differential equation Fig...
 75.Q9: If f(x) = f(4), then f is ? at x = 4.
 75.9: Escape Velocity Eulers Method: In of Section 74, you learned that ...
 75.Q10: If f(x) = (3t + 5)4 dt, then (x) = ?. A. (3x + 5)4 B. 12(3x + 5)3 C...
 75.10: Terminal Velocity Eulers Method: In of Section 74, you assumed tha...
 75.11: overestimates of her velocity? How can you tell? c. When dv/dt reac...
 75.12: Eulers Method for a Restricted Domain Problem: Figure 75k shows th...
 75.13: Figure 74n a. What does the slope appear to be at the point (5, 12...
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