Quotes

The following are notable quotes:

“First causes are not known to us, but they are subjected to simple and constant laws that can be studied by observation and whose study is the goal ofnatural philosophy… Heat penetrates, as does gravity, all thesubstancesof the universe; its rays occupy all regions ofspace. The aim of our work is to expose the mathematical laws that this element follows … Thedifferential equationsfor the propagation of heat express the most general conditions and reduce physical questions to problems in pure analysis that is properly the object of the theory.”— James Maxwell (date), Publication [2]

“Differential equationsform the basis for the scientific view of the world.”— Vladimir Arnold (date), Publication [2]

“The solution to this paradox is that an organism inherits rules that spell out the progression. The rules are, or are like, time-baseddifferential equationswhich have the ability to encode complex sequences with high efficiency. Thus on hast to regard development as an integration through space and time, the genome providing the equivalent of the differential equations.”— Paul Green (c.1990) (Ѻ) [3]

See also

● Complete differential

● Exact differential

● History of differential equations

● Partial differential equation

● Total differential

References

1. Daintith, John. (2005).

2. Myint-U, TYn, and Debnath, Lokkenath. (2007).

3. Harrison, Lionel G. (2011).

External links

● Differential equation – Wikipedia.