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    Attached is a file with a three part successive approximation problem.

    The following problems are to use the method of successive approximations (Picard's)
    [EQUATION]
    y x y fty tdt =+∫n− with a choice of initial approximation other than y0(x)=y0
    Using the stated initial value problem.
    '
    (0) 1 y xyy =+=
    (a) y0(x)=e x
    (b) y0(x)=1+x
    (c) y0(x)=cos(x)
    I only need y1, y2 and y3 from the above.

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    First of all let's review the general Picard's iteration method:
    Let's assume that we have:

    Then we can say:

    This integral formulation can be used to construct a sequence of approximate solution to the problem. We must guess an initial approximate solution namely and then we can find an infinite sequence to approximate the ...

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    Picard's method of successive approximations is used to find a sequence of terms.

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