# Engineering Mathematics: Linear Algebra and ODEs - MIT

Introduction to linear algebra and ordinary differential equations (ODEs), including general numerical approaches to solving systems of equations.

Instructor: Gilbert Strang

View the complete course: ocw.mit.edu/2-087F14

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## 1) First-Order Equations## In this lecture, Prof. Strang explains first-order equations. |

## 2) First-Order Equations (continued)## In this lecture, Prof. Strang explains first-order equations. |

## 3) Second-Order Equations## In this lecture, Prof. Strang explains second-order equations. |

## 4) Second-Order Equations (continued)## In this lecture, Prof. Strang explains second-order equations. |

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