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By Francis B. Hildebrand

The textual content offers complex undergraduates with the required historical past in complicated calculus issues, offering the root for partial differential equations and research. Readers of this article could be well-prepared to review from graduate-level texts and courses of comparable level.


usual Differential Equations; The Laplace rework; Numerical tools for fixing usual Differential Equations; sequence ideas of Differential Equations: certain capabilities; Boundary-Value difficulties and Characteristic-Function Representations; Vector research; issues in Higher-Dimensional Calculus; Partial Differential Equations; options of Partial Differential Equations of Mathematical Physics; services of a fancy Variable; purposes of Analytic functionality Theory


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