Solve non-linear ordinary equation, Chemical Engineering

Consider the following non-linear ordinary equation with an initial condition, y(t=0)=2.

??=4??0.8??-0.5??

Compute and plot the solution as a function of time from 0 to 3 using Euler's explicit method. Use various step sizes and plot the error as a function of step size.

 

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