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*launch*### Differential Equations: An Introduction...3rd EditionJames R. Brannan, William E. Boyce Publisher: WILEYISBN: 9781118531778

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## Solutions for Differential Equations: An Introduction to Modern Methods and Applications

Problem 1P:

Newton’s Law of Cooling. A cup of hot coffee has a temperature of when freshly poured, and is left...

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Blood plasma is stored at . Before it can be used, it must be at . When the plasma is placed an...

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At 11:09p.m. a forensics expert arrives at a crime scene where a dead body has just been found....

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The rate constant if the population doubles in days. Where a population of field mice that grows...

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The field mouse population in Example 3 satisfies the differential equation dp/dt=0.5p450. Find the...

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Radioactive Decay. Experiments show that a radioisotope decays at a rate negatively proportional to...

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A radioactive material, such as the isotope thorium 234, disintegrates at a rate proportional to the...

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Classical Mechanics. The differential equation for the velocity v of an objects of mass m,...

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For small, slowly falling objects, the assumption made inEq. (i) of Problem 8 that the drag force is...

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Mixing Problems. Many physical systems can be cast in the form of a mixing tank problem. Consider a...

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Mixing Problems. Many physical systems can be cast in the form of a mixing tank problem. Consider a...

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Mixing Problems. Many physical systems can be cast in the form of a mixing tank problem. Consider a...

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Pharmacokinetics. A simple model for the concentration of a drug administered to a patient is based...

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A certain drug is being administered intravenously to a hospital patient. Fluid containing of the...

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Continuously Compounded Interest. The amount of money in an interest bearing account in which the...

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Continuously Compounded Interest. The amount of money P(t) in an interest bearing account in which...

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Continuously Compounded Interest. The amount of money in an interest bearing account in which the...

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Continuously Compounded Interest. The amount of money in an interest bearing account in which the...

## Browse All Chapters of This Textbook

Chapter 1.1 - Mathematical Models And SolutionsChapter 1.2 - Qualitative Methods: Phase Lines And Direction FieldsChapter 1.3 - Definitions, Classification, And TerminologyChapter 2.1 - Separable EquationsChapter 2.2 - Linear Equations: Method Of Integrating FactorsChapter 2.3 - Modeling With First Order EquationsChapter 2.4 - Differences Between Linear And Nonlinear EquationsChapter 2.5 - Autonomous Equations And Population DynamicsChapter 2.6 - Exact Equations And Integrating FactorsChapter 2.7 - Substitution Methods

Chapter 2.P1 - Harvesting A Renewable ResourceChapter 2.P2 - A Mathematical Model Of A Groundwater Contaminant SourceChapter 2.P3 - Monte Carlo Option Pricing: Pricing Financial Options By Flipping A CoinChapter 3.1 - Systems Of Two Linear Algebraic EquationsChapter 3.2 - Systems Of Two First Order Linear Differential EquationsChapter 3.3 - Homogeneous Linear Systems With Constant CoefficientsChapter 3.4 - Complex EigenvaluesChapter 3.5 - Repeated EigenvaluesChapter 3.6 - A Brief Introduction To Nonlinear SystemsChapter 3.P1 - Estimating Rate Constants For An Open Two-compartment ModelChapter 3.P2 - A Blood–brain Pharmacokinetic ModelChapter 4.1 - Definitions And ExamplesChapter 4.2 - Theory Of Second Order Linear Homogeneous EquationsChapter 4.3 - Linear Homogeneous Equations With Constant CoefficientsChapter 4.4 - Mechanical And Electrical VibrationsChapter 4.5 - Nonhomogeneous Equations; Method Of Undetermined CoefficientsChapter 4.6 - Forced Vibrations, Frequency Response, And ResonanceChapter 4.7 - Variation Of ParametersChapter 4.P1 - A Vibration Insulation ProblemChapter 4.P2 - Linearization Of A Nonlinear Mechanical SystemChapter 4.P3 - A Spring-mass Event ProblemChapter 4.P4 - Euler–lagrange EquationsChapter 5.1 - Definition Of The Laplace TransformChapter 5.2 - Properties Of The Laplace TransformChapter 5.3 - The Inverse Laplace TransformChapter 5.4 - Solving Differential Equations With Laplace TransformsChapter 5.5 - Discontinuous Functions And Periodic FunctionsChapter 5.6 - Differential Equations With Discontinuous Forcing FunctionsChapter 5.7 - Impulse FunctionsChapter 5.8 - Convolution Integrals And Their ApplicationsChapter 5.9 - Linear Systems And Feedback ControlChapter 5.P1 - An Electric Circuit ProblemChapter 5.P2 - The Watt Governor, Feedback Control, And StabilityChapter 6.1 - Definitions And ExamplesChapter 6.2 - Basic Theory Of First Order Linear SystemsChapter 6.3 - Homogeneous Linear Systems With Constant CoefficientsChapter 6.4 - Nondefective Matrices With Complex EigenvaluesChapter 6.5 - Fundamental Matrices And The Exponential Of A MatrixChapter 6.6 - Nonhomogeneous Linear SystemsChapter 6.7 - Defective MatricesChapter 6.P1 - Earthquakes And Tall BuildingsChapter 6.P2 - Controlling A Spring-mass System To EquilibriumChapter 7.1 - Autonomous Systems And StabilityChapter 7.2 - Almost Linear SystemsChapter 7.3 - Competing SpeciesChapter 7.4 - Predator–prey EquationsChapter 7.5 - Periodic Solutions And Limit CyclesChapter 7.6 - Chaos And Strange Attractors: The Lorenz EquationsChapter 7.P1 - Modeling Of EpidemicsChapter 7.P2 - Harvesting In A Competitive EnvironmentChapter 7.P3 - The R ̈ossler SystemChapter 8.1 - Numerical Approximations: Euler’s MethodChapter 8.2 - Accuracy Of Numerical MethodsChapter 8.3 - Improved Euler And Runge–kutta MethodsChapter 8.4 - Numerical Methods For Systems Of First Order EquationsChapter 8.P1 - Designing A Drip Dispenser For A Hydrology ExperimentChapter 8.P2 - Monte Carlo Option Pricing: Pricing Financial Options By Flipping A CoinChapter A.1 - MatricesChapter A.2 - Systems Of Linear Algebraic Equations, Linear Independence, And RankChapter A.3 - Determinants And InversesChapter A.4 - The Eigenvalue Problem

### Book Details

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.

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In each of Problems through , determine the order of the given differential equation; also state...Simulate five sample trajectories of Eq. (1) for the following parameter values and plot the...If represents the amount of drug (milligrams) in compartment , , use Figure 3.P.3 and the mass...Problems 1 through 3 are concerned with one degree-of-freedom systems. Falling Bodies. Let y(t) be...In the following problem, we ask the reader to some of the details left out of the above...Derive the system of equations (1) by applying Newtons second law, ma=F, to each of the masses....a) Show that there are no critical points when c0.5, one critical point for c0.5, and two...Show that Euler’s method applied to the differential equation
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