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Someone please suggest me good book about Differential Equation....

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    Advanced Engineering Math - Erwin Kreyzig if you are not into engineering then try Multivariable Calculus by Stewart

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    Thanks :)

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    what are you looking for though? engineering or non engineering applns?

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    I suggest start with stewart and then move on to Kreyzig, Kreyzig can be bit too much to read, if you are not good at basics

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    I'm a physics student. Should I start with Stewart first?

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    Well I would say keep stewart with you, (makes understanding bit easy), go ahead with Kreyzig. Kreyzig talks a lot about applied Math which is prob. what you want , examples of Diff. equations.

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    That makes sense. I read Math. Method fo Physical Science by Mary L. Boas, if you had read it. How's it compared to Stewart?

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    I am not sure i have used that as I have used the ones I suggested and couple of others. So cant give an opinion

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    Heheh, thanks again for your suggestion. I think I'll go for Stewart right away :)

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    if you find stewart TOO easy, move on to Kreyzig, will keep you focussed : )

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    Okay-okay, don't know if i have money to buy the two of them though.

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    alternatively a book by Boyce will be of great help to you, as you are Physics student why buy them? Borrow from Library as and when required

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    What's the title? Ahah, i'm not really in a place where I can find any book in my library :)

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