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Ordinary and partial differential equations

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Hi,

I'm attempting to learn differential equations on my own. Does anyone recommended a textbook that comes with/has a solution manual? I learn faster when I can see a problem worked out if I can't solve it.

Thanks.
 

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Yes, there is a website called mathispower4u.com with a large collection of short videos on differential equations that should help you along. The videos present and solve a problem allowing you to pause while you try to do it.

http://www.mathispower4u.com/diff-eq.php
 
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I think you can find a solution manual for Dennis G Zill's book on internet.

But for beginners GF Simmons Differential Equations with Historical Notes or Tenenbaum Pollard is a very good choice.
Coddington Levinson is an advanced level book.

You can try to find the solution of individual problems on internet or alternatively post the problems in this forum.
 
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Thank you
 

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