# DE: Eulars methodWatch

#1
Hi, i have my OCR MEI DE exam soon and I'm still very fussy on Eulars method, i can't make sense of my notes for the topic so if anyone could talk me through it that would be great!

Regards Brian.
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#2
(Original post by BabyMaths)
You could try these notes.
I can't access do anything with that link :/ it just sends me to a login page with no where to subscribe.
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4 years ago
#3
(Original post by Mrbrian)
Hi, i have my OCR MEI DE exam soon and I'm still very fussy on Eulars method, i can't make sense of my notes for the topic so if anyone could talk me through it that would be great!

Regards Brian.
Check out lesson 4 in the attachment
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4 years ago
#4
from every DE past paper i have done (OCR MEI) they seem to give you the formula in the question so its just a matter of solving a first order DE and then putting some numbers in. if you really are struggling with that bit just ignore it like i am doing as you only have to do 3 of the 4 questions in the paper. Any way good luck with DE i'll be struggling through it as the same time.
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(Original post by huffy23)
from every DE past paper i have done (OCR MEI) they seem to give you the formula in the question so its just a matter of solving a first order DE and then putting some numbers in. if you really are struggling with that bit just ignore it like i am doing as you only have to do 3 of the 4 questions in the paper. Any way good luck with DE i'll be struggling through it as the same time.
I'm fine with it now pal, once you get your head around the idea once, every other question is pretty much exactly the same idea. Given that i now understand it i still just ignore that formula. I think it's better to have a set method in your head(which is pretty much the formula) and you can just repeat the method each time without glancing at the formula. How you finding DE? what do you struggle with? I find that most of it's ok but they always just put in some stupid questions that are worded really awkwardly.
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4 years ago
#6
(Original post by Mrbrian)
I'm fine with it now pal, once you get your head around the idea once, every other question is pretty much exactly the same idea. Given that i now understand it i still just ignore that formula. I think it's better to have a set method in your head(which is pretty much the formula) and you can just repeat the method each time without glancing at the formula. How you finding DE? what do you struggle with? I find that most of it's ok but they always just put in some stupid questions that are worded really awkwardly.
without sounding too big headed, im doing really well in it, i got 18/18 in my coursework and in my proper mock for it i got 90% and since then i have done loads of papers averaging 94%. i read through the paper before i start any question and if there is anything i dont like in one of them i dont do it but apart from that im finding it really easy.

How you finding it?
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