This website contains class notes from a 100 level Calculus course at University of British Columbia. The site outlines the use of differential equations and solutions in the context of population growth. The lecture notes contain questions for consideration, detailed explanation of necessary equations and additional resources on the topic.



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This website contains class notes from a 100 level Calculus course at University of British Columbia. The site contains examples and explanations of Euler's method. The lecture notes explain a simple initial value problem to numerically approximate solutions to differential equations, Euler's method and a logistic equation.



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