And with this I am to compute the first order Pert. Theory Approximation. My question, I'm not sure how to do this with a (t) in the equation. Is it possible or is it a typo?
And with this I am to compute the first order Pert. Theory Approximation. My question, I'm not sure how to do this with a (t) in the equation. Is it possible or is it a typo?
Not really, its ok as long as it tends to zero with the initial value t=0.
Now, let solve the initial equation and let . By substitution and omitting higher order powers of , we get . Along with , we get .