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Introduction to Differential Equations

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Introduction to Differential Equations
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Publisher: The Hong Kong University of Science &Technology
Number of pages: 126

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Contents: A short mathematical review; Introduction to odes; First-order odes; Second-order odes, constant coefficients; The Laplace transform; Series solutions; Systems of equations; Bifurcation theory; Partial differential equations.

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