What are Differential Equations?
Differential equations were first introduced by Newton and Leibniz with the development of calculus. In 1695, Jacob Bernoulli proposed a Bernoulli Differential Equation, which is known as Ordinary Differential Equations. Later on, different mathematicianís used Differential Equations to solve problems such as Vibrating string of musical instrument, heat flow etc.
The differential equations are widely used in math, physics, chemistry, economics, geology, etc. to solve variety of application problems.