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Larry Smith

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[mg6267] y=f(t) vs t=f(y)
Posted: Mar 6, 1997 9:58 AM
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I would appreciate anyone helping me with using Mathematica to solve
the following (geometrically, numerically, etc)

I need to find an example of a function y=f(t) such that f'(0)=1 but t
is not a function of y in any neighborhood of 0. I just arbitrarily
picked f'(0)=1 you could pick something with value of 1. But the trick
is that t is not a function of y in this neighborhood. Any
suggestions?

Larry
larry.smith@clorox.com
or
lsmith@tcusa.net

601-939-8555 ext 255





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