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May 1st, 2018, 04:50 AM   #1
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Thumbs up Pls Help me with these Diff Eqns!!!

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Where in the world did you get those? Those are badly non-linear equations. There is not general method for non-linear equation and, in fact, they are typically solved by numerical approximation methods.
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Where in the world did you get those? Those are badly non-linear equations. There is not general method for non-linear equation and, in fact, they are typically solved by numerical approximation methods.
These are the little known equations of Abdul Alhazred from the Necronomicon.

Keep Away! They are very dangerous to even observe much less solve!

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