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ErratA IN Ordinary Differential Equations: An Introduction to the Fundamentals (June 12, 2011) Notes: text from the book is printed using this font (Times Roman) Comments are printed using this font (Univers Condensed) text to be added is underlined and in italics like this text to be deleted has been “struck out” like this (And, of course, beware of possible typos in this list of typos.) Chapter 1 (The Starting Point), page 10, line 3 from bottom : Taking the indefinite integral with respect ... Chapter 1 (The Starting Point), page 14, line 2 : . solve until delve ... we Chapter 1 (The Starting Point), page 18, line 1 : replace the sentence starting with Some of these will involve Some of these will involve using the \des to sketch approximations to with the graphs of their solutions. Chapter 3 (Basics about First-Order Equation), page 48, line 14 : ... further reduce the equation to something ... . Chapter 3 (Basics about First-Order Equation), page 48, last line in theorem 3.2 : replace with Ð+ß,Ñ Ð ß Ñ α " . Chapter 3 (Basics about First-Order Equation), page 51, line 4 from bottom : (Later, we will place a some additional ... . Chapter 4 (Separable First-Order Equations), page 80, footnote : ... many authors (including Edwards and Penney) to refer to constant solutions separable ... . of Chapter 4 (Separable First-Order Equations), page 85, line 7 of text from bottom : ... easier to use than implicit solution s Chapter 5 (Linear First-Order Equations), page 108, line 11 : It is ... to derive explicit ... . a an
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