To calculate result you have to disable your ad blocker first.

# Wronskian Calculator

To use wronksian calculator, enter the comma-separated value of a function, press the enter key, or hit the calculate button for the solution.

## Wronksian Calculator

Wronskian calculator calculates the wronksian value of a set of functions to evaluate whether the function is linearly independent or not. This generates a scalar value and also provides steps.

## What is meant by wronksian?

It is a mathematical technique that is used to determine whether the given set of functions is linearly dependent or independent. The wronskian is a determinant whose entries are the function and their corresponding derivatives.

If the value of wornksian is zero at some interval, then the functions are linearly dependent otherwise the functions are linearly dependent.

## Formula:

If we have functions f_{1}, f_{2}, f_{3}… f_{n}. then the determinate of n by n matrix with the n-1 derivative of these functions.

$$W\left(f_1,\:f_2\dots \:f_n\right)\left(x\right)=det\begin{pmatrix}f_1&f_2&f_3&...&f_n\\ \:f\:'_1&f\:'_2&f\:'_3&...&f\:'_n\\ \:f\:''_1&f\:''_2&f\:''_3&...&f\:''_n\\ \:f\:'''_1&f\:'''_2&f\:'''_3&...&f\:'''_n\\ \:...&...&...&...&...\\ \:f\:^{n-1}_1&f\:^{n-1}_2&f\:^{n-1}_3&...&f\:^{n-1}_n\end{pmatrix}$$

For three functions, It can be written as:

## How to calculate wronksian problems?

In this section, we have solved a mathematical example by briefly describing each side of the problem with steps.

**Example**

By using the wronksian method find the value of the functional value is cos(x), sin(x), cos(2x).

**Solution:**

**Step 1: **First we have selected the functions which are three-dimensional.

f_{1}= cos(x), f_{2}= sin(x), f_{3}= cos(2x)

**Step 2: **The wronksian is given by

**Step 3:** Now we have to find the derivative of the function

f_{1}= cos(x), f^{’}_{1}= -sin(x), f^{’’}_{1}= -cos(x)

f_{2}=sin(x), f^{’}_{2}= cos(x), f^{’’}_{2}= -sin(x)

f_{3}= cos(x), f^{’}_{3}= -2sin(2x), f^{’’}_{3}=-4cos(2x)

**Step 4:** Put the values in the corresponding positions

**Step 5: **Now simplify the determinant of order 3 by 3.

W(f_{1}, f_{2}, f_{3})(x) = -3cos(2x)