Differential Equations: An Introduction to Modern Methods and Applications - 3rd Edition - by James R. Brannan, William E. Boyce - ISBN 9781118531778
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Differential Equations: An Introduction...
3rd Edition
James R. Brannan, William E. Boyce
Publisher: WILEY
ISBN: 9781118531778

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The modern landscape of technology and industry demands an equally modern approach to differential equations in the classroom. Designed for a first course in differential equations, the third edition of Brannan/Boyce’s Differential Equations: An Introduction to Modern Methods and Applications is consistent with the way engineers and scientists use mathematics in their daily work. The text emphasizes a systems approach to the subject and integrates the use of modern computing technology in the context of contemporary applications from engineering and science. The focus on fundamental skills, careful application of technology, and practice in modeling complex systems prepares students for the realities of the new millennium, providing the building blocks to be successful problem-solvers in today’s workplace. Section exercises throughout the text provide hands-on experience in modeling, analysis, and computer experimentation. Projects at the end of each chapter provide additional opportunities for students to explore the role played by differential equations in the sciences and engineering.

More Editions of This Book

Corresponding editions of this textbook are also available below:
Differential Equations: An Introduction to Modern Methods and Applications - 2nd Edition
2 Edition
ISBN: 9780470458242
Differential Equations: An Introduction To Modern Methods And Applications
1 Edition
ISBN: 9780471651413
Differential Equations: An Introduction To Modern Methods And Applications 3e Binder Ready Version + Wileyplus Registration Card
3 Edition
ISBN: 9781119031871

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