Numerical solution of newton´s cooling differential equation by the methods of euler and runge-kutta
AbstractThis article presents the first-order differential equations, which are a very important branch of mathematics as they have a wide applicability, in mathematics, as in physics, biology and economy. The objective of this study was to analyze the resolution of the equation that defines the cooling Newton's law. Verify its behavior using some applications that can be used in the classroom as an auxiliary instrument to the teacher in addressing these contents bringing answers to the questions of the students and motivating them to build their knowledge. It attempted to its resolution through two numerical methods, Euler method and Runge -Kutta method. Finally, there was a comparison of the approach of the solution given by the numerical solution with the analytical resolution whose solution is accurate.
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