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practice practice and more practice
the more you practice on diff. eqs the more skill you'll get and the more you'll perfect it
what's the best way to understand what differential equations actually mean? seems to be the issue for me
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 ^_^
better from a student to student than a professor to student. Same level co-operate :) + simpler explanation
thanks! i'll try my best
good luck, and you are most welcome ! ^_^
though that is true... no need to be mean :O
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 ^_^
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.
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
working problems over and over again
Maybe I also should recommend "Differential Equations for Dummies" to understand the concept, because it has a quite different approach than the textbook If