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How can Mathematica solve this set of differential equations? [closed]
I'm trying to solve this set of non linear differential equations, but apparently it won't solve. I really tried all the tweaks I could think of. Still no progress... So now I turn to you, can you ...
Dec 14 '12 at 13:11
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