Modern applications of differential equations require an
extensive knowledge of many aspects of mathematical theory.
This volume sets out the most frequently used techniques
together with the theory of some of the more advanced functions
derived from differential equations.
Although not directed towards any particular syllabus this
volume, together with Volume I, adequately covers the
differential equation requirements of most science and engineering
courses at degree level.
The author again wishes to thank the Senate of the University
of London for permission to make use of examination questions.
L. w. F. ELEN