Differential equation of newton’s law of cooling , Mathematics

1. A direction ?eld for a differential equation is shown. Draw, with a ruler, the graphs of the Euler approximations to the solution curve that passes through the origin. Use step sizes h = 1 and h = 0:5 (and two different colors).

                                1494_differential equation of Newton’s Law of Cooling.png

2. Newton’s Law of Cooling states that the rate of cooling of an object is proportional to the temperature difference between the object and its surroundings. Suppose you have just poured a cup of coffee with temperature 95 C in a room where the temperature is 20 C. Using Newton’s law, write a differential equation for the temperature of the coffee as a function of time. What is the initial condition?

Posted Date: 2/15/2013 12:32:09 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Differential equation of newton’s law of cooling , Assignment Help, Ask Question on Differential equation of newton’s law of cooling , Get Answer, Expert's Help, Differential equation of newton’s law of cooling Discussions

Write discussion on Differential equation of newton’s law of cooling
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
Least Common Denominator Using Primes: A prime number is a whole number (integer) whose only factors are itself and one. So the first prime numbers are given as follows: 1,

Differance between Expanded Notation vs. Standard Notation ? A number written in expanded notation is broken down into parts just like it is in a place-value table. Example

Use the concepts of sampling error and z- scores to explain the concept of distribution of sample means.


Q. Converting Mixed Numbers to Improper Fractions? Ans. Converting a mixed number to an improper fraction is easy. A single multiplication, and then a single addition:

What is a scatter diagram? A scatter diagram is a graphical representation of data points for a particular sample. Choosing a dissimilar sample or enlarging the original one ca

One-to-one Correspondence :  Suppose you are given a certain number of cups and saucers, and are asked to find out whether there are enough saucers for all the cups. How would you

how to use a micrometer

(i may have spelled it wrong)but i forgot how to do them.

Consider the temperature distribution in a 1D flat plate, insulated at x = L and exposed to convective heat transfer at x = 0. On the axes below, sketch what the distribution looks