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Sunday, 2 August 2015

Fundamentals of calculus chapter 4: More on differential equations

Fundamentals of calculus chapter 4: More on differential equations

Differential equations do not have immediate means to solve them. The reason is, because differential equations are defined from differentiation and so is its integral, it’s easier to find the differential equation rather than it’s solution. If our motive is purely to find the solution of differential equations, then our best approach will be to try and find how the expressions “behave” while trying to differentiate them. Then we may back trace this sequence of steps to find the original expression.

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