Paper title:

# Mathematical Applications about the role of Differential Equations to address the Corona Virus

DOI: https://doi.org/10.4316/JACSM.202101005
Published in: Issue 1, (Vol. 15) / 2021
Publishing date: 2021-04-19
Pages: 30-33
Abstract. This paper studies the epidemic that results from the spread of Corona. It threatens the whole world and does not exclude any country from it unless it took the correct measures to address it. We will formulate this problem mathematically by converting it into a system of differential equations. Through Properties of functions provide mathematical solutions, including the optimal mathematical solution to this epidemic. Since our study from a mathematical side therefore we explain these mathematical solutions to the reality.
Keywords: Corona Virus, Differential Equations, Normal Distribution Function
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