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I'm a rising junior scheduled to take a Methods of Mathematical Physics class this coming fall. I've heard that this class utilizes a lot of partial differential equations, and I'd like to get a bit of a jumpstart and familiarize myself with some concepts before the semester starts... Are there any really good introductory texts out there for PDE's? My only background so far with any sort of differential equations comes from an Ordinary Differential Equations course I took this past semester (with the Boyce and DiPrima textbook). So any suggestions for helpful texts to ease me into learning PDE's would be great!

Thanks!

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# PDE Introductory Text Suggestions?

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