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Can anyone help with this question: Is it better to calculate approximated value of a function in one step or in two steps (using already approximated function to approximate the others value)? It has something to do with Euler method.

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  1. anonymous
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    It's sometimes more accurate to use directly Taylor for approximation, but for some functions Euler's method is more accurate. Can you please help me with examples of such functions?

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