Illustrated comic-strips for the University textbook “Differential Equations”, published by Tziolas Publications.
Mirror mirror on the wall… show me the F(ω)…!!!
Hmm… Which dress of mine should I wear today? Cartesian or Exponential?
-Today we will briefly go over the following transformations: Abel, Bateman, Cosine, DFT, Euler, Fourier, Galilean, Hilbert,…. -Whaaa?? We gonna go through the whole alphabet or somethin’…??? -…yes, in fact we’ll wrap things up with the Z Transform.
The boundary conditions are very entangled. I’d better separate them using the golden section theory…!
Predicting the stability of things is so awesome! Too bad I didn’t predict that nobody would be here to see this!
Wow! These series are great! I found multiple solutions to my problem! Um… what was I solving again???
Run for your lives!!! They’re trying to eliminate us!!!
-You sure this is safe? -Yeah, no worries, everything is based on a few simple differential equations… -Then why am I in HERE and not YOU??!! -…
“…they say that whoever passes through this waterfall ends up in the world of s!!!”
Frame 1: “Quiet please!!!… some of us are working in this household!” Frame 2: “Why, whatcha doin’?” Frame 3: “I have modeled a differential equation that should explain why I am so smart! What’s bothering me is that either my solution is wrong, or my initial conditions are wrong!!!”
N/A translation unfortunately! Guy says he can’t express a function using a cosine. Word play with Fourier and greek slang “fouriete” meaning fit/match/dress up
(Greek idiom) -Mom! I solved (in greek solve is a synonym for “un-tie”) Riccati’s differential equation using the Runge-Kutta method!!! -I don’t know who this Duccati (or whatever you said) is nor do I understand any of the jibberish you’re spitting out, but you better tie it back together, before he notices, otherwise you’ll be in trouble!
-Aaah..!!! Now I get why they’re called Difference Equations! Because they’re like the game “FIND THE DIFFERENCES” but in this case it’s regarding equations! -You have n-1 attempts left Toto…
-You are testing us on Partial Equations sir, could you please be partially lenient while grading this…? -Your time is partially over!!!