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In Sections 2. 3. 6 we discuss a simple technique for "solving" a DE numerically. This means, in contrast to the analytical approach where solutions are equations or formulas, that we use the DE to construct a way of obtaining quantitative information about an unknown solution. The chapter ends with an introduction to mathematical modeling with systems of first-order differential equations. 1 Solution Curves Without a Solution = Introduction Some differential equations do not possess any solutions.

D Direction Field tangent If we systematically evaluatef over a rectangular grid of points in the xy-plane and draw a lineal element at each point (x, y) of the grid with slope f(x, y), then the collection of all these lineal elements is called a tial equation dyldx = direction field or a slope field of the differen f(x, y). Visually, the direction field suggests the appearance or shape of a family of solution curves of the differential equation, and consequently it may be possible to see at a glance certain qualitative aspects of the solutions-regions in the plane, for example, in which a solution exhibits an unusual behavior.

46. dx2 = = f(x, y, y') = = is given. Match the solution curve with at least one pair of the Determine which of the two curves shown in FIGURE following initial conditions. the only plausible solution curve. Explain your reasoning. 11 is -2 0,y'(-1) = -4 (c) y( l) = 1, y'(l) (d) y(O) = -1,y'(O) = 2 (e) y(O) = -1,y'(O) = 0 (f) y(O) = -4, y'(O) = -2 2 = 36. 35. 11 Graph for Problem 47 x x 5 48. Determine a plausible value of x0 for which the graph of the 3x - 6,y(x0) 0 solution of the initial-value problemy' + 2y -5 37.