Differential Equations: A Toolbox for Modeling the World (paperback and pdf)
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- Author: Dr. Kurt Bryan, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, Terre Haute IN USA
- ISBN: 978-1-63877-937-7
- Version: 1.12, printed August 2022
- Formats: Paperback (10 × 7.5 × 1.125 inches) and PDF with hyperlinks
- 561 pages, In English
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Have a look at the Table of Contents and Chapter 1 (PDF, 3.92M) to see a sample of the modeling first approach, scope of topics, and how this will help your teaching and enhance your students' learning and understanding.
Supplementary Materials - We invite you to peruse the supplementary materials for Students and Instructors. You will find helpful code samples, hints, solutions, and data sets.
Proceeds sustain the SIMIODE Community of Practice. SIMIODE is a US-based 501(c)(3) non-profit organization focused on a modeling first method of teaching differential equations.