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Lesson 1: Introduction to Differential Equations in Maple

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: Douglas Meade
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A differential equation can be entered in Maple using any of the methods for constructing algebraic, transcendental, or any other equation in Maple. It is a good idea to assign each differential equation to a unique, and descriptive, Maple name. Such assignments are typically done using an assignment statement . For example, the ordinary differential equation (ODE) dx/dt = k*x would be entered into Maple as > ode := diff( x(t), t ) = k * x(t);

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Publish Date: October 01, 2003
Created In: Maple 9.5
Language: English

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