Differential Equations with Mathematica
The Third Edition of the Differential Equations with Mathematica integrates new applications from a variety of fields,especially biology, physics, and engineering. The new handbook is also completely compatible with recent versions of Mathematica and is a perfect introduction for Mathematica beginners.
* Focuses on the most often used features of Mathematica for the beginning Mathematica user
* New applications from a variety of fields, including engineering, biology, and physics
* All applications were completed using recent versions of Mathematica
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Chapter 3 Applications of FirstOrder Ordinary Differential Equations
Chapter 4 HigherOrder Differential Equations
Chapter 5 Applications of HigherOrder Differential Equations
Chapter 6 Systems of Ordinary Differential Equations
Chapter 7 Applications of Systems of Ordinary Differential Equations
Chapter 8 Laplace Transform Methods
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Page 1 - A differential equation is an equation involving derivatives or differentials of one or more dependent variables with respect to one or more independent variables.