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differentiation and differential equations are the same thing.... right?

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    No differentiation is a process you can apply to an equation while differential equation is a type of equation.

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    First is an application second is a term used to define a type of equation,

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    hmmm thanks!

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    See it this way: differentiation is a hammer, and differential equations are furniture.

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