An introduction to ordinary differential equations

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Dover Publications, 1961 - Mathematics - 292 pages
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"Written in an admirably cleancut and economical style." — Mathematical Review. A thorough, systematic†first course in elementary differential equations for undergraduates in mathematics and science, requiring only basic calculus for a background, and including many exercises designed to develop students' technique in solving equations. With problems and answers. Index.

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Good for concise definitions and information, but not an easy read. It's just... OLD.

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Math 204 - Ordinary Differential Equations - Jon Wilkening Random chapters. Old, ugly typeset font and archaic notation. I'm not aware of any better textbooks, but I'm not a fan of this text. It could just be a biased review coming from an algebraist, but the notation becomes too cumbersome for me. Read full review

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