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###### Sdve the initial value pr ablem1-3 Y(.1) =0,996 Wth h=0.1Use () the Inproved Euler method tofind y (1.2); (II) faurtha der Runge Kutta method tofind y (1.3).

sdve the initial value pr ablem 1-3 Y(.1) =0,996 Wth h=0.1 Use () the Inproved Euler method tofind y (1.2); (II) faurtha der Runge Kutta method tofind y (1.3).

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