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The one monograph at the subject, this e-book issues geometric equipment within the conception of differential equations with quadratic right-hand aspects, heavily regarding the calculus of diversifications and optimum keep an eye on thought. according to the author’s lectures, the e-book is addressed to undergraduate and graduate scholars, and medical researchers.
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