anonymous
  • anonymous
What book do you guys can suggest as reference for differential equations?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Personally, I've never found a book that gives a fantastic explanation. Go to your maths teacher/tutor, get a basic understanding, then use Google to get your hands on as many practice questions as you possibly can.
anonymous
  • anonymous
(I'm not saying there isn't a good book out there, its just I am yet to have found it)
anonymous
  • anonymous
Tom apostol is probably the best book for any concept of calculus.

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