CALCULUS Understanding Its Concepts and Methods
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Euler's method is a technique for generating a table of approximate values for an antiderivative . Starting at a point , an antiderivative has slope . Take to be a small positive number and for , set
Let be an antiderivative of that satisfies . If is sufficiently small, then the point will be close to the point on the graph of .
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