# Calculus - Numerical Analysis - Approximations

Use Modified Euler's Method to approximate the solution to the initial value problem

and compare the results to the actual values

y'=1+(t-y)^2 , 2 <=t<=3 , y(2) = 1 with h = 0.5

Actual solution y(t)=t+1/(1-t)

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Using Modified Euler's Method y(2.5) = 1.868164 and ...

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Using Modified Euler's Method y(2.5) = 1.868164 and y(3) = 2.526854

Values from actual solution are y(2.5) = 1.833333 and y(3) = 2.5

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