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A Friendly Introduction to Differential Equations

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A Friendly Introduction to Differential Equations
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ISBN/ASIN: 1506004539
Number of pages: 164

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In this book, there are five chapters: The Laplace Transform, Systems of Homogeneous Linear Differential Equations (HLDE), Methods of First and Higher Orders Differential Equations, Extended Methods of First and Higher Orders Differential Equations, and Applications of Differential Equations. In addition, there are exercises at the end of each chapter above to let students practice additional sets of problems other than examples.

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