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Dividing the interval [a,b] into n equal subintervals of length h (b-a)/n will require n + 1 points. Since wi is the initial value, and since Taylor 4 and Classical RK4 each require 4 function evaluations per time-step, the remaining values w2, ws, .., Wnti will require a total of 4n function evaluations. Explain why the AdamBasher4 method must use a step-size of h = (b-a)/(4n-12) in order achieve the same number of function evaluations.

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