ops. sorry. the initial condition is y(0) = 0.5.
Hi,
I have this question.
how do i start this question?For the following initial value problem
y' = y - y^2
use the Euler’s method with step size h=0.2 to find the approximate values of y. Compute the solutions and the errors y(xn) - yn for 3 steps.
Create a table with columns corresponding to x, y, y', in the first row enter the initial state.
In the next row enter the next x, the y from the previous row plus h times the derivative from the previous row, and y' computed from the two previous colums in this row.
repeat twice more to give three steps.
CB