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Austin, TX 78744

...Then 1+3+5+.....+2k-1+2(k+1)-1=k^2+2(k+1)-1=k^2+2k+2-1=k^2+2k+1=(k+1)^2. Thus if the conjecture is true for any k it must be true for k+1. And since it is true for k=1 it is true for all k. A differential equation is one that contains one or more derivatives of...
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Austin, TX 78723

...An understanding of **differential equations** is required for physics. My primary qualification is my status as a PhD candidate in theoretical physics, in which **differential equations** are used heavily....
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Austin, TX 78751

...This is exactly what I am good at and why people keep coming to me for help. If you need help with math, I can get you back on your feet!My research interest has always been in partial **differential equations**, so naturally I have taken and done well in every undergraduate...
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Austin, TX 78745

...Additionally, while at UT, as well as before, I worked as a tutor in the subject Having received a degree in physics from the University of Texas at Austin, I had to take a course in **differential equations**. Additionally, once I completed said course I tutored others...
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Austin, TX 78703

...Of my 200-plus U of M credit hours, 19 are in theoretical mathematics-calculus and analytic geometry to **differential equations**, probability, statistics, and real analysis, and 43 are in applied mathematics and science - physics, circuits, physical electronics,...
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