Sophia Benjamin
ODE w/ Professor Roudenko
1. dy/dx = 1 sin(y)
Computer Assignment 1
9/12/2016
(i)
(ii)
If the solution has the initial value y(0) = 4, it will approach
approximately 7.5 as t (in the grap
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Sophia Benjamin
Homework 1b
ODE w/ prof. Roudenko
9/13/2016
2. y = 2y 3
The behavior of the solutions in this d field depends on the starting value. In general,
each solution approaches positive or negative infinity as t
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Math 3342: Fall 2015
Assignment Number 1
September 9, 2015
Due date/Time: 2:20 pm September 14, 2015
Problem 1: Solve each of the following initial value problems and plot the solutions for several
values of y0 (of your choice). Then explain how the solut
Math 3342: Fall 2015
Assignment Number 2
September 16, 2015
Due date: 2:20 pm September 23, 2015
Problem 1: Solve the following initial value problems and determine where the solution attains
its minimum value.
@ y =2y2+xy2, y(0)=1-
Prohlem 2: Consider th