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really???...

i am using maple 11.02 on XP SP2 in classical worksheet

really???...

i am using maple 11.02 on XP SP2 in classical worksheet

awesome thanks

awesome thanks

thank you all very much...

this looks much better! cheers chen

thank you all very much...

this looks much better! cheers chen

only one input is allowed...

Fouriercoeff(x^2,10); it still has two inputs... according to the question.it says i have to assume n to be integer in order to simplify as far as possible.i have no idea how to do that

only one input is allowed...

Fouriercoeff(x^2,10); it still has two inputs... according to the question.it says i have to assume n to be integer in order to simplify as far as possible.i have no idea how to do that

Equation (3) is y(0)=a , dy/dx=f(x,y(x))...

I will have a look at both links you gave me and study this interesting topic. Since I have just done some basic calculus for the first time in a foundation course last year in the university of St Andrews, this maybe a chanllenge. You have been helped a lot. Thanks so much. chen

Equation (3) is y(0)=a , dy/dx=f(x,y(x))...

I will have a look at both links you gave me and study this interesting topic. Since I have just done some basic calculus for the first time in a foundation course last year in the university of St Andrews, this maybe a chanllenge. You have been helped a lot. Thanks so much. chen

i thought it's something to do with solv...

Hi, Equation (3) is y(0)=a , dy/dx=f(x,y(x)) The title of this part of exercise is "Euler_Trapezodial method for sloving differential equations". So now I am really confused why you would say it is something to do with Integration... Before this question, I have done a procedure for Trapezium rule (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trapezoidal_rule) which is nothing to do with differentiation. Now,it comes using Euler_Trapezodial method for sloving differential equations.... I am confused

i thought it's something to do with solv...

Hi, Equation (3) is y(0)=a , dy/dx=f(x,y(x)) The title of this part of exercise is "Euler_Trapezodial method for sloving differential equations". So now I am really confused why you would say it is something to do with Integration... Before this question, I have done a procedure for Trapezium rule (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trapezoidal_rule) which is nothing to do with differentiation. Now,it comes using Euler_Trapezodial method for sloving differential equations.... I am confused