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An initialvalue problem is given by the differential equation,
f(x,y)=x(1y^2), y(1)=0.07
Use the Eulertrapezoidal method with a stepsize h = 0.1, to obtain the approximate value of y(1.1). Give your answer to 4 decimal places.
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