## Fundamentals of Differential EquationsThis text is in a flexible one-semester text that spans a variety of topics in the basic theory as well as applications of differential equations. |

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User Review - dcunning11235 - LibraryThingThis was a decent introductory text. I does seem quite brief. There is one thing I was not a fan of: A lot of interesting results/functions/lemmas/etc. are buried in problems. This is useful and fine ... Read full review

### Contents

Chapter Summary | 20 |

Q m MATHEMATICAL MODELS AND NUMERICAL METHODS | 70 |

LINEAR SECOND ORDER EQUATIONS | 129 |

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Fundamentals of Differential Equations R. Kent Nagle,E. B. Saff,Arthur David Snider Snippet view - 2003 |

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