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Peyrani
12/16/04 10:41am

Hi,
Using Mathematica 2.2.3
- How to find roots of an equation that includes the solution of a differential equation ?
Example : DSolve[{y'[t] == t, y[0]==-1}, y,{t}]
Then how to find roots of y[t]==0
- The solution of a first differential equation should be used in a second diff. equation. How to handle the solution ?
Example : DSolve[{y'[t] == t, y[0]==-1}, y,{t}]
How to solve z'[t]==y[t]

Thanks for your reply.
Best Regards. Ch. Peyrani

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