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So I need some advice on my differential equations course. Last semester I took Calc 3 and loved it. I loved that I could visualize everything. It made math seem so much more concrete. On the other hand, there is differential equations. Now I know that there are an immense amount of applications for differential equations (population models, economics, upper level physics, etc). However, we just kinda do them without going too far into the applications. It gets tedious really quickly.The math isn't even that difficult; it's just boring! Does anyone have some advice on how I could make diff eq more interesting?

Thanks,

DR13