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2. In class, we saw that the Forward Euler method applied to the direction field in Figure 1 gives an approximate solution that is an underestimate of the true solution. Suppose we implement a Forward Euler approximation to the direction field in Figure 2. Will the approximation still be an underestimate? Why or why not? Draw appropriate lines on the figure. Figure 1: Direction ће1d shown in class 0.2 -0.4 n(t) -0.6 Figure 2: New direction field

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