Introduction
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I would say to many of friends and juniors working in engineering area "If you are good at two topics, Matrix and Differential Equations, you would be good at ANY of the engineering field." Of course, just being good at math would not automatically lead you to success in the field, but we cannot deny the fact that mathematical understanding is very crucial in most of engineering.
In this page, I would like to explain the basic concept of differential equation and it's applications as easy as I can do, but in some cases it is hard to avoid tackling the mathematical equations directly.
