^{dy}⁄_{dx} =

**Note:** Because of the architecture of this
program, in ^{dy}⁄_{dx}, carets
(`^`

) represent the logical xor
operation and *not* exponentiation.

For
exponents, use `pow(base, exponent)`

—
“x²”, for example, would be written as ```
pow(x,
2)
```

Slope field density:

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differential uses
the Euler method of differential equation approximation,
and as such may yield strange or erroneous solutions for
equations with asymptotes, discontinuities, or no real
solution for y(x) = …, such as
^{dy}⁄_{dx} = -^{x}⁄_{y}

note that differential is ultimately a toy! do not blame me if you use it for your homework and it messes up

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