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Date: 2007
Page count: 175 pages
Format: A/5
ISBN: 978-963-7546-45-7
Category: in Hungarian and English

Price: 370 Ft (Sold out)

Elementary solutions of boundary-value problems

The elementary solutions of boundary-value problems can be briefly characterised in the following way: We may - occasionally - substitute the general, sometimes even routine-like application of differential calculus for making use of the proper inequalities taken from different domains of elementary mathematics. Since there is no "ready-made"' general method for the elementary solution, and since the number of inequalities to be taken into consideration is - so to say - unlimited, thus solving each of the problems means a new challenge, similarly to the case of geometrical constructions.