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When is an equation considered separable?

When is an equation considered separable?

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School: Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Department: Math
Course: Differential Equations
Professor: J. d. jerison
Term: Spring 2016
Tags: Conventions and Preliminary Material; Basic DE's and Separable Equations; Geometric Methods
Cost: Free
Name: 18.03 Week 1
Description: These materials cover the introduction, more specifically, the DE's notation, the example of basic DE's and the most basic method of solving a particular DE -- separation of variables. Finally, the section on geometric methods begins, along with the notions of direction fields, isoclines, integral curves, fences, funnels, and separatrices.
Uploaded: 01/14/2018
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