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Calculus of Variations and Applications

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  • Mathematics
1 This chapter is a little more " classic " than the others. It introduces calculus of variations , an elegant field not often covered in modern math curricula. A knowledge of multivariable calculus will suffice, but it helps to also have a familiarity with differential equations. This chapter covers more material than can be covered in a week of classes. If you want to dedicate only a week of time to this chapter, you could start by motivating the material with a few examples that require… 

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