Problem

Using Taylor's method of order two to approximate the solution to the $\left(\sqrt{5} $
$y$ $=e^{t-y}:$ $0\leq t\leq 2$ $y\left(0\right)=1$ $h=0.2=$
then $y\left(0.2\right)=$
$a$ a. $1.078226$
O b. $2.O63495$
$\square C$ $2029407$
$d$ $1165755$

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Qanda teacher - Gagan

option B

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