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Real Functions in One Variable: Simple Differential Equations I

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Real Functions in One Variable: Simple Differential Equations I
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Publisher: BookBoon
ISBN-13: 9788776812362
Number of pages: 118

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In this volume the author presents some examples of simple differential equations. The book covers separation of variables, linear differential equation of first order, the existence and uniqueness theorem, the Bernoulli differential equation, and the setup of model equations.

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