ordinary point

ordinary point

[′ȯrd·ən‚er·ē ′pȯint]
(mathematics)
A point of a curve where a curve does not cross itself and where there is a smoothly turning tangent. Also known as regular point; simple point
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Let's assume the center to be an origin initiated at an ordinary point of people living in an ordinary part of the world; and, for instance, let's take that point and place it in the Vatican.
While the full frame is definitely a major plus, the mirrorless cameras are also incorporating bigger sensors than ordinary point and shoots, along with the ability to swap lenses.
In that sense, section 2 is dedicated to power series solutions of homogeneous differential equations in the neighborhood of an ordinary point.
Power series solutions of differential equations in the neighborhood of an ordinary point.
Use a power series in the neighborhood of ordinary point x = 0 to demonstrate that general solution of the equation y" + xy' + y = 0, can be written by means of the following power series:
Build a program which allows you to find the solution of a second order differential equation by means of a power series in the neighborhood of ordinary point x = 0.
Assuming that function h(x) has a Taylor series in the neighbourhood of an ordinary point [x.
Build a program that allows you to obtain and draw the graph of particular solutions of differential equation y" = P(x)y' + Q(x)y, using power series in the neighborhood of ordinary point x = 0 and given specific values for coefficients [a.