The laws of the exact sciences are often formulated as differential equations, that is, equations connecting functions and their derivatives. In this chapter, we present examples from three different fields: mechanical vibrations, population growth, and chemical reactions.
Relative Growth Rate Frictional Force Elementary Reaction Rubber Band Initial Displacement
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