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Use Euler's Method with three equal step sizes to estimate the value of y(0.3) for the differential equation y ′ = y, with y(0) = 1.

Type your answer in the space below and give 3 decimal places. If your answer is less than 1, place a leading "0" before the decimal point (ex: 0.482).

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  1. Tell you what. Read this and give it a shot.

    http://tutorial.math.lamar.edu/Classes/DE/EulersMethod.aspx

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