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# What is a differential equation solver?

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A differential equation solver is an online tool that aids in the calculation of differential equations. It provides numerical coordinates for the curves of the solution and may have a grapher for the function.

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A typical solver provides the option to enter a single second order differential equation, such as x'' = f(x', x, t), and another option for a system of first order differential equations, such as x' = f(x, y, t), y' = g(x, y, t). A user may enter minimum and maximum graph settings for the graph solution.

A differential equation, which relates a function of one or several variables with its derivatives, is applied in fields such as engineering and physics.

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To solve an equation with a calculator that is programmed with the order of operations, enter the exact equation and press the solve or equal button. If the calculator does not have the order of operations, enter the equation pieces based on the proper order of operations to solve.

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