
numerical analysis...
Derive the AdamsBashforth (AB) method for the following problem using the interpolationg polynomial of degree 2.( Explicit multistep method )
Y'(x)=f(x,Y(x)) on x>0
Y(0)=Y lower case 0
Derive the AdamsMoulton (AM) method for the same problem using the interpolationg polynomial of degree 2.( Implicit multistep method )
can anyone help me with this problem??

I know this is late, but what you want to do is setup the following
$\displaystyle y' = f(t,y) \Rightarrow \int_{t_k}^{t_{k+1}}\! y' \, dt = \int_{t_k}^{t_{k+1}}\! f(t,y) \, dt \Rightarrow y_{k+1} = y_k + \int_{t_k}^{t_{k+1}}\! f(t,y) \, dt$
For AdamsBashforth interpolate $\displaystyle f(t,y)$ at the points $\displaystyle t_{k2}, t_{k1}, t_{k}$ using the Lagrange interpolating polynomial and then integrate.
For AdamsMoulton interpolate $\displaystyle f(t,y)$ at the points $\displaystyle t_{k1}, t_k, t_{k+1}$ using the Lagrange interpolating polynomial and then integrate.