Use a calculator or computer program to approximate the value of y(t) using euler's method with the given time step on the interval [0, t]. then, using the exact solution given, find the error in the approximation to y(t) (only at the right endpoint of the time interval). round answers to five decimal places, do not use intermediate rounding. y'(t)equalsstartfraction t over y endfraction , y(0)equals4; upper deltatequals0.2, tequals1; y(t)equalsstartroot t squared plus 16 endroot
k = f (xn,yn)
the correct answer is
the given polynomial is
the degree of the polynomial is the highest exponent which is 4.
the -4 is called the leading coefficient.
this polynomial has only one term so it is a monomial.
the correct answer is option c.