1) Find the equilibrium solution of the differential equation:
Dy/dt = 3y(1-(1/2)y)
Sketch the slope field and use it to determine whether each equilibrium is stable or unstable.
2) Consider the initial value problem
Y^1 = 4 - y^2, y(0) = 1
Use the Euler's method with 5 steps to estimate y(1). Sketch the field and use it to determine whether the estimate is an overestimate or an underestimate.
3) Find the Taylor polynomial of degree 4 as an approximation of the Solution of the initial problem.
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