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posted by kenneth .
use euler's method with delta x=0.1 to estimate y when x=0.4 for the solution curves satisfying y(0)=1 and y(1)=0.
I made the table but i don't know what values to use or plug in.

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kenneth
x y delta y = dy/dx*delta x
o 1 1*0.1=0.1
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