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  • 5 years ago

whats the best way to prepare for a college diff eq test?

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  1. anonymous
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    practice practice and more practice

  2. anonymous
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    the more you practice on diff. eqs the more skill you'll get and the more you'll perfect it

  3. anonymous
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    what's the best way to understand what differential equations actually mean? seems to be the issue for me

  4. anonymous
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    read from the txtbook, or you can watch youtube videos about it, students solve questions infront of you and explain it, with that you'll be able to understand it easily ^_^

  5. anonymous
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    better from a student to student than a professor to student. Same level co-operate :) + simpler explanation

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    thanks! i'll try my best

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    good luck, and you are most welcome ! ^_^

  8. anonymous
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    though that is true... no need to be mean :O

  9. anonymous
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    true, but that's what I do when I don't get something, youtube always helps because things are explained easier. All I did is advise him 2bornot ^_^

  10. anonymous
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    uhmmm so granted i dont know how your professor goes about it, i would work on setting up equations from word problems, when it comes to diff eq that will hit you hard, and separating trig functions, especially when their products or quotients... i dont know if your professor will utilize inverse or reciprocal trig functions or if allows you a chart but understanding the dynamics of moving those around an equation will probably be crucial.... and biggest of all- neat handwriting, from my experience, all advanced math courses dont give any slack for that.

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    good point!

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    lmao

  13. anonymous
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    Sorry, this was for another post, I should not post that here, I answered another question while having this open in another window, and it got added in both :-O

  14. anonymous
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    working problems over and over again

  15. anonymous
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    Maybe I also should recommend "Differential Equations for Dummies" to understand the concept, because it has a quite different approach than the textbook If

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