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Jigoro
03/26/13 05:21am

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Thank you Bill very much, this helps a lot. I do notice that at these precisions, the command Abs[N[y[99]]-z[99]/.s[[1]]] would give a very large discrepancy still. This maybe the result that at such large values of t, the solution to the differential equation becomes highly non-linear, hence difficulty in approximation, but I am not sure. I tried to increase both the accuracy goal and working precision but the error is still too far from zero. I wonder how to make the error very small. Thanks.

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Strange NdSolve solution Jigoro 03/21/13 03:11am
Re: Strange NdSolve solution Bill Simpson 03/22/13 00:52am
Re: Re: Strange NdSolve solution Jigoro 03/23/13 05:29am
Re: Re: Strange NdSolve solution Jigoro 03/25/13 09:03am
Re: Re: Re: Strange NdSolve solution Bill Simpson 03/25/13 11:54am
Re: Re: Re: Re: Strange NdSolve solution Jigoro 03/26/13 05:21am
Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Strange NdSolve solution Bill Simpson 03/26/13 1:16pm
Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Strange NdSolve solution jigoro 03/27/13 7:20pm
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