Differential Equations: A Toolbox for Modeling the World
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Our new SIMIODE digital textbook is authored by the distinguished teacher and writer, Dr. Kurt Bryan, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, Terre Haute IN USA.
This text is designed for a first course in differential equations for undergraduate mathematics, engineering, and science majors, and is suitable as a stand-alone textbook. It is a first of a kind text using a modeling first and throughout approach to motivate and teach differential equations.
New Format — Paperback
Our book is now available as a paperback. You can order the paperback with an immediate PDF download for $79US. You'll still get all the updates to the PDF for free for life.
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Book Preview and Sample Syllabus
Have a look at the Table of Contents and Chapter 1 to see a sample of the modeling first approach, scope of topics, and how this will help your teaching and enhance your students' learning and understanding. View a Sample Syllabus implementing a modeling first approach with this textbook.
Current list of Errata.
For Everyone - hints, solutions, keys, and code for Maple, Mathematica, Matlab, and SAGE
Student Support Materials - Reading Exercise Keys and Selected Exercise Solutions
Instructor Support Material - Chapter Project Solutions, Instructor Solutions for All Exercises, Reading Exercises Keys, and Selected Student Solutions
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