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Module Study Targets
The aim of the course module is to provide students with:
- Knowledge of solving first order’s differential equations
- Ability to solve higher order’s differential equations and systems of differential equations.
- Ability to use Laplace transformation in order to solve ordinary differential equations.
- Ability to use fundamental Discrete functions and properties.
- Knowledge of solving delicate problems using the above methods in several fields.
- Introduction differential equations.
- Homogeneous differential equations of first order.
- The use of the integral Euler factor m.
- Linear differential equations of first order.
- Several kinds of differential equations: Bernoulli, Ricatti, Clairaut, Euler, etc.
- Wrosky’s methods.
- Introduction to Laplace transformation.
- Solving differential equations using Laplace transformation.
- The reverse Laplace transformation and how we use it.
- Introduction to Discrete Mathematics. Fundamental Logic Definitions.
- Fundamental Set Theory.
- Introduction to Combinatorial Theory.
Gilbert Strang, "Introduction to Applied Mathematics", Wellesley-Cambridge Press, 1986