**Differential Equations with YouTube Examples**

by Jeffrey R. Chasnov

**Publisher**: BookBoon 2014**ISBN-13**: 9788740306569**Number of pages**: 57

**Description**:

This book, together with the linked YouTube videos, reviews a first course on differential equations. The main purpose is to help students prepare for their university exams. Theory is summarized, and the solutions of typical exam questions are demonstrated in YouTube videos. Additional practice questions are given and their solutions are presented in the Appendix.

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