Which is the best book on differential equations for the physics students at the undergraduate level?
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the one inthe college library :)
i recomend differential and integral calculation, written by V. Pekarskas :)
This book is widely used: http://www.amazon.com/Thomas-Calculus-11th-George-B/dp/0321185587
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I guess it would depend on how much Diff Eq you want and why you want it... for independent study of basic diff eq, I really liked the Diff Eq section in my multivariate calculus book by Stewart (I have a prior version), but it only covered about 1/4 of what we covered in my Diff Eq course that used Blanchard Diff Eq.
If you're taking a class...then get whatever the prof tells you to!