What if I told you that there is a concept that is so universal in everything that we do, that it is almost a must to at least know what it is, if not be proficient in using it? Would you believe me? Furthermore, what if I added that this concept is most commonly associated with maths, but can be found in economics, technology development and so on? How about now? Well, such a concept does exist, and it is called differential equations. In this differential equations course, we will be figuring out and solving differential equations - read on if I’ve caught your interest.
If math is the last thing in this world that you would associate with the word “fun”, you’re probably not very excited to hear that ordinary differential equations can be found almost everywhere and anywhere in our daily lives. To add to that, in a lot of career opportunity-offering places, it’s actually very important to know the processes of solving differential equations, be it the homogeneous differential equations or other ones. But why is this concept so important? What’s the use of knowing the difference between separable differential equations and ordinary ones? Well, the differences are actually quite prominent.
To put it painstakingly simple, ordinary differential equations are mathematical equations that are used to relate functions to their derivatives. The functions usually represent some sort of a physical quantity, while the derivatives stand for rates of change. The equation is used to define the relationship between these two. As you can probably imagine, these types of relationships are extremely common in all fields of life (biology, chemistry, economics) - that’s why it’s very important to know the methods of solving differential equations - homogeneous differential equations, separable differential equations and everything in between.
OK, so I have proved to you that knowing the methods of solving differential equations is important - but why should you learn this information from me? Why not choose another guide? Well, I have been teaching mathematics in a university for the past 15 years - I’ve published a lot of successful manuscripts, and have countless years of experience in solving differential equations. I say all of this not to boast of my achievements - I say this so that you could understand my guarantee of quality of this course. Once you choose to take this tutorial, you can be sure that you will receive only the highest quality of information.
Additionally to that, you can be sure that, once you finish this differential equations course, you will have a much broader and deeper understanding of the concept of differential equations (provided you put in the work, of course). I will teach you how to solve differential equations step-by-step. You do not need any prior experience in the field to start learning from this course - we will take things from the top, so you will have the opportunity to either learn everything or revise it, depending on your previous skills. Don’t miss out on this opportunity - enroll today and learn all of the different methods of solving differential equations!
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Ad Chauhdry is a researcher of mathematics for over 15 years in which he’s contributed with articles in several scientific journals with good impact factor. His work also includes teaching post-graduate students, so you can trust his teaching and researching experience. Apart from working in an academic environment, Ad Chauhdry has also established an online and offline academy called AD Maths Plus Academy. 20k+ students have enrolled in AD Maths Plus courses.
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