The Geometrical View of y’=f(x,y): Direction Fields, Integral Curves.

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The Geometrical View of y’=f(x,y): Direction Fields, Integral Curves.

View the complete course: http://ocw.mit.edu/18-03S06

License: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA

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More courses at http://ocw.mit.edu

Hello my name is Fernando Nora

I'm traslating those lectures to spanish language.

How could I contact with you in order to give you my traslations?

What is the textbook of this course?

What are the prerequisites to this course.

awsome

I very much appreciate this material taught and presented to the public so well.

A minor detail perhaps not needing correction: at 14:02 Professor says it is the year 2003. I have to believe that the title "Spring 2006" is incorrect.

please provide this course by same professor in HD if possible because this series is best on differential equations available on all internet including same course by other professors of MIT

I'm new to your site and I have trouble finding my way around with general relativity, you see there are no video lectures on general relativity in the "general relativity course", there are video lectures on linear algebra for example but not in general relativity, do I need to register or something?

not a single laptop in sight lol

i would be like fuck that shit

For a vigorous purpose, you have to note that ONLY some continuous functions HAVE DERIVATIVES. But in most cases, yes, you have derivatives(especially for elementary functions).

All the people in this lecture are probably all working at NASA and places like that, smh.

This is amazing: this is the only guy on the entire Internet who says "let's get started" at the start. Most people don't say it until about ten minutes in.

MIT is my dream……

i like this guy much better than the other one even though the quality is crap his attitude integrates the resolution :v

I like these lectures.

I wonder if these math people at MIT can work out how long it will take to pay off their student loans

Just here to learn mathematics in english again

it's not clear. Do you have high resolution video?

Hello~!!

I have a question.

Can two integral curve be adjacent?

you can help me

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