# Differential equations and group methods, for scientists and by James M. Hill

By James M. Hill

Differential Equations and workforce equipment for Scientists and Engineers provides a simple creation to the technically complicated region of invariant one-parameter Lie crew equipment and their use in fixing differential equations. The ebook gains discussions on usual differential equations (first, moment, and better order) as well as partial differential equations (linear and nonlinear). every one bankruptcy comprises labored examples with a number of difficulties on the finish; solutions to those difficulties and tricks on how one can clear up them are came upon in the back of the e-book. scholars and pros in arithmetic, technology, and engineering will locate this publication imperative for constructing a primary knowing of ways to take advantage of invariant one-parameter crew how you can resolve differential equations.

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How old was Dick ten years ago? You get that by subtracting 10, so Dick was d – 10 ten years ago, and Tom is twice that or 2(d – 10). So you can say that t = 2(d – 10). Well, there are lots of numbers that satisfy the equation t = 2(d – 10), so you need a bit more information. You’re told that five years ago. . Their ages five years ago were t – 5 and d – 5. The sum of their ages at that time was 90, so t – 5 + d – 5 = 90, which simplifies down to t + d = 100. So their ages today must add up to 100.

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