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Notes on Differential Equations

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Notes on Differential Equations
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Number of pages: 99

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These are introductory notes on ordinary and partial di erential equations. Assumed background is calculus and a little physics. Linear algebra is not assumed, and is introduced here in four of the lectures. Those four lectures have been used in the Engineering Mathematics course at Cornell University for several years.

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