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Hyunmin Jung

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Reference to term test 1
« on: October 06, 2014, 08:10:19 AM »
Is 2013S term test 1 an only reference that we are given to expect what will be on term test #1?

or is there more that I am missing out?

Also, What exactly is the point of abel's theorem rather than using matrices, is this just quick way of

achieving wronskian without having to derive the solution? How does the constant term for abel's theorem change??

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Re: Reference to term test 1
« Reply #1 on: October 06, 2014, 10:20:12 AM »
Is 2013S term test 1 an only reference that we are given to expect what will be on term test #1?  or is there more that I am missing out?
I am expecting you read and search before posting! I specifically answered this question several times
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Also, What exactly is the point of abel's Abel's theorem rather than using matrices, is this just quick way of  achieving Wronskian without having to derive the solution? How does the constant term for Abel's  theorem change??
Abel's theorem allows to compute Wronskian without finding solutions which is not always possible