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Ordinary differential equations.


Ordinary differential equations.

Greenberg, Michael D.

John Wiley & Sons


525 pages




Greenberg (mechanical engineering, U. of Delaware) presents a textbook for a first course in differential equations for students of science, engineering, and mathematics, typically in their third or fourth semester. He assumes them to have completed a differential and integral calculus sequence, but does not expect knowledge of linear algebra. The topics are first-order differential equations, higher-order linear equations, applications of higher-order equations, systems of linear differential equations, the Laplace transform, series solutions, and systems of non-linear differential equations. Exercises with answers are provided.

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