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Basic Partial Differential Equations by D. Bleecker and G. Csordasby Greg Bernhardt Tags: None 

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I've tried to use many PDE books over the years but have found this intro book very accessible. It's a nice read, not too complicated, not too many proof, and works very well for an intro course. It goes over first orders briefly, then second orders (of two varables) in detail. It then briefly introduces the student to PDE of more than three variables, and then presents a very nice section on numerical methods.
I highly recommend this text as a secondary text book for anyone just starting with PDEs. 


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