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Old 10-02-2012, 09:13 AM   #100
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Originally Posted by cowmoo32 View Post
www.wolframalpha.com, even my TA told us to use it. Also check out Shaum's Outline for Diff EQ on Amazon, good practice problems. This class hasn't been bad at all for me, chilling with a 98 average after the first test We're modeling waves/vibrations now and it's starting to get really interesting.
I just Heroshima'd the first test as it was mostly bernoulli and equations that LOOKED exact, turns out M =/ N.

That's why I came home and baked and starting looking for support material. It's just slim pickin's at this level.

I've used wolfram in the past, really helpful for calc but will it solve a Diff EQ like it will a Calc3 problem?
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