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Schaum's Easy Outline of Differential Equations: Based on Schaum's Outline of Theory and Problems of Differential Equations (Schaum's Outline Series) Paperback – 1 Apr 2003


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Richard Bronson is Professor of Mathematics at Fairleigh Dickenson University. He received his Ph.D. in applied mathematics from Stevens Institute of Technology in 1968. Dr. Bronson has published over 30 technical articles and books.

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Easy? No, 17 Oct. 2011
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I bought this book hoping that is would be "easy" as the title suggested. However, it was like reading any other math book, which in my opinion, are totally useless. There was a lot of formulas and theory, which you do not need. I just want to know the mechanics of solving the problems. Theory takes up about half of the book, and only a few pages are used for describing examples. Also, he uses complex notation which makes the book even more confusing. I actually threw this book in the trash because of its uselessness. Can I have my ten bucks back?
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