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A method is stable if, when applied to a well-conditioned problem, a small change in the data result in only a small change in the solution. A series is stable if it is convergent.
 
A method is stable if, when applied to a well-conditioned problem, a small change in the data result in only a small change in the solution. A series is stable if it is convergent.
 
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A method is stable if, when applied to a well-conditioned problem, a small change in the data result in only a small change in the solution. A series is stable if it is convergent.