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JEE Advanced Maths Differential Equation

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Maths Differential Equation 

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Sub-Topic of Maths Differential Equation 

  • Partial differential equation  :  (a) Nonlinear partial differential equation (b) list of nonlinear partial differential equations
  • Boundary condition
  • Boundary value problem : (a) Dirichlet problem, Dirichlet boundary condition  (b)  Neumann boundary condition (c) Stefan problem  (d) Wiener–Hopf problem
  • Separation of variables
  • Green’s function
  • Elliptic partial differential equation
  • Singular perturbation
  • Cauchy–Kovalevskaya theorem
  • H-principle
  • Atiyah–Singer index theorem
  • Bäcklund transform
  • Viscosity solution
  • Weak solution

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First Order Maths Differential Equations

Linear Equations  Identifying and solving linear first order differential equations.

Separable Equations  Identifying and solving separable first order differential equations.  We’ll also start looking at finding the interval of validity from the solution to a differential equation.

Exact Equations  Identifying and solving exact differential equations.  We’ll do a few more interval of validity problems here as well.

Bernoulli Differential Equations  In this section we’ll see how to solve the Bernoulli Differential Equation.  This section will also introduce the idea of using a substitution to help us solve maths differential equations.

Substitutions  We’ll pick up where the last section left off and take a look at a couple of other substitutions that can be used to solve some differential equations that we couldn’t otherwise solve.

Second Order Maths Differential Equations

Basic Concepts  Some of the basic concepts and ideas that are involved in solving second order differential equations.

Real Roots  Solving differential equations whose characteristic equation has real roots.

Complex Roots  Solving maths differential equations whose characteristic equation complex real roots.

Repeated Roots  Solving differential equations whose characteristic equation has repeated roots.

Reduction of Order  A brief look at the topic of reduction of order.  This will be one of the few times in this chapter that non-constant coefficient differential equation will be looked at.

Laplace Transforms

The Definition  The definition of the Laplace transform.  We will also compute a couple Laplace transforms using the definition.

Laplace Transforms  As the previous section will demonstrate, computing Laplace transforms directly from the definition can be a fairly painful process.  In this section we introduce the way we usually compute Laplace transforms.

Inverse Laplace Transforms  In this section we ask the opposite question.  Here’s a Laplace transform, what function did we originally have?

Dirac Delta Function  One last function that often shows up in Laplace transform problems.

Convolution Integral  A brief introduction to the convolution integral and an application for Laplace transforms.

Table of Laplace Transforms  This is a small table of Laplace Transforms that we’ll be using here.

Higher Order Maths Differential Equations

Basic Concepts for nth Order Linear Equations  We’ll start the chapter off with a quick look at some of the basic ideas behind solving higher order linear differential equations.

Linear Homogeneous Differential Equations  In this section we’ll take a look at extending the ideas behind solving 2nd order maths differential equations to higher order.

Undetermined Coefficients  Here we’ll look at undetermined coefficients for higher order differential equations.

Boundary Value Problems & Fourier Series

Boundary Value Problems  In this section we’ll define the boundary value problems as well as work some basic examples.

Eigenvalues and Eigenfunctions  Here we’ll take a look at the eigenvalues and eigenfunctions for boundary value problems.

Periodic Functions and Orthogonal Functions  We’ll take a look at periodic functions and orthogonal functions in section.

Partial Maths Differential Equations

The Heat Equation  We do a partial derivation of the heat equation in this section as well as a discussion of possible boundary values.

The Wave Equation  Here we do a partial derivation of the wave equation.

Terminology  In this section we take a quick look at some of the terminology used in the method of separation of variables.

Laplace’s Equation  We discuss solving Laplace’s equation on both a rectangle and a disk in this section.

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