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By Michael J. Crowe

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Concise and readable, this article levels from definition of vectors and dialogue of algebraic operations on vectors to the idea that of tensor and algebraic operations on tensors. It also includes a scientific examine of the differential and fundamental calculus of vector and tensor services of house and time. Worked-out difficulties and recommendations. 1968 variation

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In order to draw a linear (that is straight-line) graph, we need to know 2 points on the graph. We already know one, that is (5, 50). How can we determine another point on the graph? Recall that the definition of slope for a graph of position versus time is given by slope = change in position / change in time If the slope is 8, then when time increases by 1, position increases by 8, when time increases by 2, position increases by 2*8 = 16, and so on. So, we know that (5, 50) is on the graph. Since the slope is 8, in one second the position will increase by 8, so (6, 58) is on the graph.

100 _6. Draw a piecewise linear graph that starts at (0, 50)), and has slope = 0 on the interval 0 to 5, and has slope = -10 on the interval 5 to 10. For this graph, For this graph, p(5) = ____ p(5) = ____ p(10) = ____ p(10) = ____ 150 50 Lesson 5 Name: Graphing Solutions to Differential Equations In the previous lesson we divided the interval 0 to 10 into 2 intervals, the first from 0 to 5 and the second from 5 to 10. We can divide 0-10 into smaller intervals. As we will see, there is an advantage to using small intervals when graphing the solution to a differential equation.

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