7 years, 52 days

## @mmcdara Wow, thanks a lot for such...

@mmcdara Wow, thanks a lot for such insight and contribution to knowledge

## Help solve this numerically using the gi...

Thanks for the input. I have made the necessary corrections but still not giving me the numerical solution that i want. Kindly help with a numerical solution to the system using the given parameters. I need to solve the equation at time 0.1, 0.3, 0.5, 0.7, 0.9, 1.1, 1.3

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## Error Encountered...

@Preben Alsholm Thanks alot, I worked.

## error still encountered...

@Preben Alsholm I did just as you advised and Maple brought up this error:

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Pls help me out.

## Is my whole code correct?...

@acer Apart from spelling error of stepsize as stepsise, is the entire code going to run correctly? I on track sir? required result? Am away from my Maple software now

## Error Encountered...

@Preben Alsholm I followed your example and tried solving my work. Pls find below the error encountered.

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## Use of RK4...

@Carl Love Carl, I have used RKF45 as advised, and have obtained my result. I still want to see what RK4 solution will look like. How do i use dsolve(...,numeric, method=classical[RK4]); for the equation below: an examplary guide will do.

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## Is the Solution for RKF45 thesame as Exa...

@Carl Love The Exact solution I got is the same as that of RKF45. So I could not do any comparison? Is Exact solution on Maple same as solution of RKF45? Pls help with example on how the two different solution can be realised.

## Only Two out of my Three Graphs is Displ...

@gkokovidis Happy new year. I did just as you advised. I reduced the thickness to the least I could get but still having same issue. The essence of my comparison could be defeated if only two out of three graphs are visible. kindly assist and advised to get me out of this mess. I look forward to your prompt response

Regards.

## Only Two out of my Three Graphs is Displ...

@gkokovidis  I have plotted my graphs as advised but only two out of my three graphs is dispalyed. I checked all my commands but could not find the reason why this. Pls what could be the cause? find what i did below for your guide:

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## How to Plot Multiple Graphs for Comparis...

@gkokovidis Thanks alot. I just did this as you advised. Why is the graph not displayed? Pls see below: instead of my plotted graph being displayed, see what was displayed:  display(PLOT(`...`), PLOT(`...`), PLOT(`...`))

The work is shown below.

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## How to Plot Multiple Graphs for Comparis...

I tried writing the code as you guided me but see the error i encountered:

Error, (in readline) file or directory does not exist.

Pls guide me on how to write this code to avoid this error.

Thanks

## How to Plot Multiple Graphs for Comparis...

@gkokovidis Thanks Man. You are a gem!!!

## It worked!...

@tomleslie Thanks alot! It really worked.

## How to get exact solution using Maple...

@Carl Love Pls see what I did but seems am not yet home.How can I get numeric solution for values of t=0.1, 0.3, 0.5, 0.7, 0.9, 1.1, 1.3, 1.5 in this system of ODE?

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