I would like to know more about to solve PDE; however, I don't know where could I find a book to study a better content... I mean, I have searched on internet and I found out a book called "Walter*A.*Strauss-Partial*differential*equations*_an*introduction-Wiley(1992)". I don't know if this book has a good content and if there are some content missing.
Maybe this website may have something else regarding to it.

I would be thankful if may be possible someone to give an advise related to PDE.

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TopNewestHi Fernando -

That's the book I used in college. It was definitely sufficient for the class's purpose. Unfortunately, I don't have enough exposure to the field or other books on the topic to know if it skipped fundamental material, or if there's a better text to start with. It does seem fairly widely used.

Amazon reviews seem to be pretty mixed between very high rating and very low rating. I don't remember being put off by the writing style, but many seem to have been. There's certainly texts which are less expensive and higher rated on Amazon, so maybe it's worth a shot to try something else?

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Thanks Daniel, I found another one called, Boyce Diprima. I am studying by the both books. I will check out something else on Amazon as you said.

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