Differential Equations

A differential equation, unlike other mathematical equations, has one or more of its unknowns undergoing a continual change. These equations mathematically describe the most significant phenomena in the universe, including Newtonian and quantum mechanics, waves and oscillators, biological growth and decay, heat, economics, and general relativity. Please direct all concerns about these intricate and all-encompassing equations here.

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