My weak spot in math is certainly DEs, I find them pretty boring, and fairly unattractive from an aesthetic point of view.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I've spent some time with them while studying harmonic motion, and I've gotten OK at them when applied to this particular topic (aside from having trouble with solving driven oscillatory motion), but when applied to other areas, I still have much trouble (PDEs are the worst).

So the question I ask is, is it worth spending time on them from a mathematical point of view? I understand that most universities require a semester or two on ODEs and PDEs, but I've heard people complaining that such classes are not necessary.

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# Differential Equations for Physics

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