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The Place of Partial Differential Equations in Mathematical Physics

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The Place of Partial Differential Equations in Mathematical Physics
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Publisher: Patna University
Number of pages: 64

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The chief reason for my choosing 'The place of partial differential equations in Mathematical Physics' as the subject for these lectures is my wish to inspire in my audience a love for Mathematics. Before entering into details, however, I shall give a brief historical account of the application of Mathematics to natural phenomena.

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