Elementary differential equations by C.h. Edwards

By C.h. Edwards

The 6th version of this acclaimed differential equations booklet continues to be a similar vintage quantity it is usually been, yet has been polished and sharpened to serve readers much more successfully. deals  unique and uncomplicated statements of basic lifestyles and area of expertise theorems to permit realizing in their position during this topic. encompasses a robust numerical method that emphasizes that the potent and trustworthy use of numerical tools usually calls for initial research utilizing usual hassle-free recommendations. Inserts new photographs and textual content the place wanted for more desirable accessibility. an invaluable reference for readers who have to brush up on differential equations.

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