Introductary Differential Equations

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Hello,

I was wondering if anyone could suggest a good book on "beginner's" differential equations.
I am at an undergraduate level, it that helps you gage the content.

thanks in advance
 

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Ordinary or partial? Theoretical or applied?

For a first look at ordinary differential equations I like
Ordinary Differential Equations by Morris Tenenbaum and Harry Pollard
A good introduction.
Elementary Differential Equations by Earl D. Rainville
Very well written
Ordinary Differential Equations by Edward L. Ince
A bit harder, but filled with good things.
Ordinary Differential Equations in the Complex Domain by Einar Hille
For the complex domain perspective.
Ordinary Differential Equations by V.I. Arnold
An interesting perspective.
 
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Oh wow, those look awesome, thanks guys.

Also I apologize for butchering the spelling of "Introductory" :P
 
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