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Ordinary Differential Equations

Ordinary Differential Equations
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Publisher: University of Toronto
Number of pages: 141

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Contents: First order differential equations; Existence and uniqueness of solutions for first order differential equations; Systems of first order equations and higher order linear equations - general theory; Solving higher order linear differential equations; Systems of linear differential equations with constant coefficients; 2D systems of linear differential equations with constant coefficients; Series methods.

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