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Jun 16th 2010, 05:36 PM
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grandunification
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matlab for nonautonomous equations
I was trying to find how to code in matlab to solve nonautonomous differential equations.
For example, solve x'(t) = x  sin(t) in matlab.
Thanks Guys/Girls.
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