# Consider the differential equation: y'(x)+3xy+y^2=0.     y(1)=0.    h=0.1 Solve the differential equation to determine y(1.3) using: a....

Consider the differential equation:

y'(x)+3xy+y^2=0.     y(1)=0.    h=0.1

Solve the differential equation to determine y(1.3) using:

a. Euler Method
b. Second order Taylor series method
c. Second order Runge Kutta method
d. Fourth order Runge-Kutta method
e. Heun’s predictor corrector method
f. Midpoint method

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