## Elementary differential equations and boundary value problems |

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### Contents

Introduction | 1 |

First Order Differential Equations | 15 |

Second Order Linear Equations | 113 |

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arbitrary constant assume asymptotically stable boundary conditions boundary value problem calculate compute consider converges corresponding critical point derivatives determine discussed dN/dt dx/dt dy/dt eigenfunctions eigenvalues eigenvectors Euler method example exponential Find the solution follows formula Fourier series fundamental set given by Eq given function given initial value graph heat conduction Hence homogeneous equation improper node initial conditions initial value problem interval Laplace transform linear system linearly independent mass mathematical matrix motion nonhomogeneous nonlinear numerical obtain order equations order linear equations origin particular solution period polynomial positive regular singular point result right side roots Runge-Kutta method saddle point satisfies the initial second order linear second solution Section series solution set of solutions shown in Figure side of Eq solution of Eq solve Eq Sturm-Liouville problem substituting Suppose temperature Theorem tion trajectories truncation error unstable variable vector velocity Wronskian zero