Created to help those studying science and engineering learn to use mathematics to think critically about physical problems, this intellectual text combines the ideas and techniques of differential equations with the process of modern applied mathematics - modeling, analysis, and interpretation.4. Figure 5.16: A source-free, parallel RLC circuit. The two models a charge and current a have the same mathematical form. To gain a feel for the behavior of these two analogous equations, eliminate sources and resistance by setting E = 0anbsp;...

Title | : | Differential Equations for Mathematics, Science, and Engineering |

Author | : | Paul W. Davis |

Publisher | : | - 1992 |

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