This Euler’s method calculator tool will help you approximate solutions to differential equations step by step.

## How to use the Euler’s Method Calculator

Euler’s method is a numerical technique for solving differential equations of the form dy/dx = f(x, y). To use the Euler’s method calculator:

- Enter the differential equation in the form of f(x, y) into the “f(x,y)” field.
- Provide initial conditions x
_{0}and y_{0}for the equation. - Insert the step size, h. This is the increment that x will increase by each step.
- Specify the value of x, at which you want to calculate y.
- Press the “Calculate” button to see y at the given x.

## How it Calculates the Results

The calculator uses the Euler’s method algorithm by taking the initial conditions and incrementing x by a small value h, each time updating y according to the differential equation until it reaches the specified x value. The result presented is the estimated value of y at that x value.

## Limitations

Euler’s method only provides an approximation to the real solution, and the accuracy depends on the step size; smaller steps lead to more accurate results but require more computations. It may not be accurate for equations with rapidly changing solutions or for long intervals.