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A First Course in Elementary Differential Equations

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A First Course in Elementary Differential Equations
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Publisher: Arkansas Tech University
Number of pages: 213

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Contents: Basic Terminology; Qualitative Analysis: Direction Field of y'=f(t,y); Existence and Uniqueness of Solutions to First Order Linear IVP; Solving First Order Linear Homogeneous DE; Solving First Order Linear Non Homogeneous DE; Modeling with First Order Linear Differential Equations; etc.

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