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Topic: simultaneous differential equations
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Alois Steindl

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Re: simultaneous differential equations
Posted: Jul 14, 2011 4:46 AM
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Hello,
from your question it isn't clear whether you want to solve the
equations analytically (DSolve) or numerically (NDSolve).
If you look into the help pages for DSolve, then the first "neat
example" shows a system of 2 equations.
Of course also the second heading of DSolve shows the necessary calling
syntax.

Good luck
Alois


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