Electronic Proceedings of the Twentyfirst Annual International Conference on Technology in Collegiate MathematicsNew Orleans, Louisiana, March 1215, 2009Paper C008
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The Use of Maple and Laplace Transforms in Solving Initial Value Problems 
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There is more than one method to solve initial value problems analytically. One of the methods is to use Laplace transforms. We discuss some examples of dynamical systems to include spring mass system and a simple pendulum in solving initial value problems with the use of Maple and Laplace transforms.
Keyword(s): differential equations, Maple