What is the Finite-Difference Method

What is the Finite-Difference Method?

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The finite-difference method is a method of approximating differential equations, within continuous variables, in discrete variables, in difference equations, so that they may be solved numerically. This is a method particularly helpful when the problem has a small number of dimensions which is, independent variables.

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