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Geometrical View of Differential Equation dy/dx=f(x, y)

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: Dr. Yasuyuki Nakamura
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This worksheet gives you geometrical view of differential equations dy/dx=f(x, y). Direction vectors on all lattice points in a defined range are displayed. This shows direction field of a differential equation. If you try to draw direction field by hand, it is convenient to draw direction vectors on isoclines. The isoclines are lines defined as f(x, y)=C and all vectors on the same isocline have same dirrection. This worksheet illustrates how to draw vector fields on isoclines.

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Publish Date: July 10, 2008
Created In: Maple 12
Language: English

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