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###### Should I take Linear Algebra before Differential Equations?

Differential equations and Linear algebra are more or less independent of each other. Some schools might recommend students to take Linear algebra first, but it is not necessary. Sometimes students even take differential equations and linear algebra concurrently.

###### What should I take before taking Differential Equations?

The pre-requisites of this course should be Calculus 1 (a.k.a. Differential calculus or Differentiation) and Calculus 2 (a.k.a. Integral calculus or Integration) because ODE involves a lot of integration calculations. If you need to review on materials learned from previous semesters, no worries! Your StudyPug subscription gives you unlimited access to all math help in all courses

### Differential Equations topics

### 1Introduction to Differential Equations

### 2First Order Differential Equations

### 3Second Order Differential Equations

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