**An Elementary Treatise On Differential Equations And Their Applications**

by H.T.H. Piaggio

**Publisher**: G. Bell 1920**ISBN/ASIN**: B007MHVAQM**Number of pages**: 274

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The object of this book is to give an account of the central parts of the subject in as simple a form as possible, suitable for those with no previous knowledge of it, and yet at the same time to point out the different directions in which it may be developed. The greater part of the text and the examples in the body of it will be found very easy. The only previous knowledge assumed is that of the elements of the differential and integral calculus and a little coordinate geometry.

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