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my next question is what prerequisites I need to know before I can understand a book about PDE's.

Thanks in advance.

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my next question is what prerequisites I need to know before I can understand a book about PDE's.

Thanks in advance.

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For a course in PDEs, you must be familiar with calculus of several variables & a little functional analysis.

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For a course in PDEs, you must be familiar with calculus of several variables & a little functional analysis.

Do you mean "Differential equations (with applications and historical notes)" by George f. Simmons published by McGraw-Hill?

Do I need to know multi-variable Real Analysis? I mean I've already read Rudin's mathematical analysis to the end of Chapter 5. am I prepared or I need to study next chapters too before I can understand PDE's?

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