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## Ordinary differential equations

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Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Ordinary Differential Equations by Morris Tenenbaum ,. Harry Pollard. Skillfully organized introductory text examines origin of differential equations, then defines basic terms and outlines the general solution of a differential equation.

Subsequent sections deal with integrating factors; dilution and accretion problems; linearization of first order systems; Laplace Transforms; Newton's Interpolation Formulas, more. Get A Copy. Paperback , pages.

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To ask other readers questions about Ordinary Differential Equations , please sign up. Be the first to ask a question about Ordinary Differential Equations. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 4. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Start your review of Ordinary Differential Equations. Nov 08, Ethan Hoskins rated it really liked it.

Ordinary Differential Equations by Morris Tenenbaum is a great reference book,it has an extended amount information that you may not be able to receive in a classroom environment.

The book goes over a range of topics involving differential equations, from how differential equations originated to the existence and uniqueness theorem for the linear differential equation of order n. Throughout the book all essential terms are defined clearly, and readers are able to interact with the author of the Ordinary Differential Equations by Morris Tenenbaum is a great reference book,it has an extended amount information that you may not be able to receive in a classroom environment.

Throughout the book all essential terms are defined clearly, and readers are able to interact with the author of the book, as you would with an actual teacher. You are able to take tests and quizzes throughout each lesson you learn making sure the reader has a strong grasp of the information presented. This book concludes to be an extraordinary and informational read, that allows readers an in- depth look into the key aspects and topics based upon differential equations, and offer a classroom experience to the reader.

Mar 08, Garrett rated it it was amazing. Ditch Boyce and DiPrima the textbook you were probably assigned and get this. Really good explanations and problems that help to build an intuitive understanding of ODE's. I really like the ordering of the chapters and the fact that they don't tend to skip even simple algebraic steps in proofs and explanations.

If you're having a hard time in class I'd definitely recommend this book. It helped me a lot! May 07, Matt rated it it was ok. Imagine you're learning to drive a car. But before you're allowed to sit behind the wheel, you have to set through lesson after lesson on such things as the finer points of motor vehicle maintenance, and the appropriate style of driving in case you are caught behind a horse and cart in a hurricane.

That's what studying Tenenbaum and Pollard is like. It actually starts well enough with a motivation based upon the use of carbon dating. A little woolly and loose at this stage, because what a D. But then with lesson 2 it goes into details of what a real function is, from a horribly outdated and clumsy approach, using notation that nobody uses any more and does not easily extend to the general mapping. As a result, readers who then go on to study other areas of mathematics may find that they have to completely re-learn this stuff, and those who come into this after having studied more abstract and modern approaches will find their patience tried.

By the time they actually get round to the actual business of starting the work of classifying the various equation types, they get bogged down in so much technical detail that it is hard to grasp the basic simplicity of what we are trying to establish, particularly on lesson 6, where separable variables are considered. As for the examples and exercises, far too many are too straightforward and repetitive, with the result that you are tempted to skip them and say: can't be bothered, they're too easy, it's a waste of time, thereby missing what may be far more challenging work later in that exercise group.

Some people may like this approach, but I found this horribly dull, and I gave up halfway through chapter 1. I far preferred the approach of George Simmons; his Differential Equations with Applications and Historical Notes plonks you straight into a wealth of fascinating applications of which the decay equation is just one such his account is a joy to read , couched as well-crafted and supremely challenging problems.

Feb 19, Chris Washburn rated it it was amazing. Many people consider this one of the best books among introductory materials on ODE's and I have to agree. If one puts in the time to wrestle with all the concepts as introduced, I believe they will come away with a very strong understanding of this subject. A few nitpicks are that the format is a bit tiring for the eyes, and there is no solutions for problem sets.

There is no legitimate electronic book for this edition. The solutions can be helped with Wolfram Alpha or the like these days.

Aug 07, Adam rated it really liked it. The virtue of the text is that it gives a very clear understanding of applications of differential equations, both within the field of mathematics, and to physical systems. In fact, I've read other popular Differential Equations texts like those by Zill and Boyce, and I would say that no other book on the market deals as comprehensively and intelligibly as this one. However, the book's vice is that it makes so much effort to connect the applications with the equations, that the flow of concepts f The virtue of the text is that it gives a very clear understanding of applications of differential equations, both within the field of mathematics, and to physical systems.

However, the book's vice is that it makes so much effort to connect the applications with the equations, that the flow of concepts feels very distracted, indirect, and does not adequately emphasize and make sense of the importance of linear differential equations and the ability of matrix methods to use them in understanding other types of equations.

It's rigorous, well-written, has a lot to offer to engineers, and some things to offer mathematicians. But I do think there are modern books that offer more in other important respects. Mar 26, John Fu rated it it was amazing. Good intermediate level college text for learning ODEs. Chapters are extensive, concepts clearly presented, and practice problems are a good blend of that evil but necessary plug-and-chug grinding, physical modeling, and extended special cases that require ingenuity and dedication.

I didn't get through the entire book, instead focusing on the second order ODEs, from the Method of Undetermined Coefficients to Variation of Parameters to Reduction or Order, and then covering some physical models us Good intermediate level college text for learning ODEs.

I didn't get through the entire book, instead focusing on the second order ODEs, from the Method of Undetermined Coefficients to Variation of Parameters to Reduction or Order, and then covering some physical models using second order ODEs, like spring systems, pendulums, chains, beams, RLC circuits, and rotational systems. My goal is to solve and understand every practice problem of the book by the end of this summer Mar 26, John rated it it was amazing.

Apr 07, Andrew Obrigewitsch rated it it was amazing Shelves: math , educational. This book is actually incredible.

I've never seen a math book that explained things so clearly, especially for are more difficult subject such as this. I highly recommend this book. Feb 17, Victor rated it it was amazing. This is an amazingly complete reference on differential equations. The authors offer techniques with lucid explanations and shortcuts. There are ample problems and answers to cut your teeth on. The categorizations are brilliant and the techniques really get under your skin.

There are also whole sections devoted to real life problems that lead to differential equations, again replete with examples and solutions. The miraculous part of this book is just the number of problems provided. Feb 02, Derek rated it liked it. I bought this book back in the day because a reviewer on amazon. I found it to be mostly true. There are probably better diffeq books out there, but this was my first and I have fond memories of reading it.

Jun 19, Warren Gossett rated it really liked it. This book answered some questions I had about differential equations. It is quite extensive so that like many mathematical texts or papers I can't claim to have tested all the examples or theorems.

May 12, Ronald Lett rated it liked it Shelves: analysis. As the description says, this is a well-organized text on how to solve various types of ODEs. It is not a text that you read cover-to-cover, it is best used as an excellent reference. Jackie rated it it was amazing Jan 05,

## Morris Tenenbaum, Harry Pollard Ordinary Differential Equations Dover Books on Mathematics 1985

Harry Pollard — November 20, [1] was an American mathematician. He received his Ph. D from Harvard University in under the supervision of David Widder. He is known for his work on celestial mechanics , orthogonal polynomials and the n-body problem [1] as well as for the several textbooks he authored or co-authored. The first of these papers deals with the fundamental case of Legendre polynomials. This article about an American mathematician is a stub.

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Add to Wishlist. By: Morris Tenenbaum , Harry Pollard. This unusually well-written, skillfully organized introductory text provides an exhaustive survey of ordinary differential equations — equations which express the relationship between variables and their derivatives. In a disarmingly simple, step-by-step style that never sacrifices mathematical rigor, the authors — Morris Tenenbaum of Cornell University, and Harry Pollard of Purdue University — introduce and explain complex, critically-important concepts to undergraduate students of mathematics, engineering and the sciences.

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