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11/24/12 10:30am


I am new with mathematica and i've got a question about an error that occured after I put on a differential equation in wolfram alpha in mathematica. I want to know the elaboration of the differential equation dy/dt=0,5y-450. When I enter this in the wolfram alpha query, it takes about a couple of minutes and then I got an error. This is what the feedback was: WolframAlpha::timeout: "The call to \!\(WolframAlpha[\"dy/dx=(1/2)y-450\"]\) has exceeded 30.` seconds. Increasing the value of the TimeConstraint option may improve the result."

The error occurs at any differential equation. Does anyone know how to fix this. Thanks in advance.

PS. sorry for my English, I am from the Netherlands.

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