CALCULUS Understanding Its Concepts and Methods
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Initial value problem
Given two numbers a and b, and a function f(x,y) of two variables, the initial value problem is to find an interval I containing a, and a function g(x) defined on I, such that g(a) = b andfor all x in I. It is called an initial value problem because we think of x as starting at a, so we are given the initial value b of the function g that we are trying to find.
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