Overview of differential equations | Chapter 1

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If you're looking for books on this topic, I'd recommend the one by Vladimir Arnold, "Ordinary Differential Equations"

Also, more Strogatz fun, you may enjoy his text "Nonlinear Dynamics And Chaos"

Curious about why it's called a "phase space"? You might enjoy this article:

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