Introduction to Differential EquationsMATH-2400 Sections 13 - 16

 Professor: Mark H. Holmes Office: Amos Eaton 322 Phone: 276-6891 Email: holmes Office Hours: Wed. 2-3 Office Hours Finals Week: Tuesday 11:30-1:30 TA: Paulina Volosov Office: Amos Eaton 316W Email: volosp Office Hours: Tues. 1:00-2:30, Wed. 11:00-12:30 Office Hours Finals Week: Tues. and Wed. 4:00-5:30

Couse Information

Course Syllabus

Suggested Homework Problems

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Assignments and Announcements

Previous Assignments

Exam 1 solutions

Exam 2 solutions

Exam 3 solutions

A: 89.50 - 100
B: 79.0 - 89.49
C: 68.50 - 78.99
D: 58.0 - 68.49

Final

Time: Thursday, May 19 (11:30-2:30)
Location: Sage 3510
Covers: everything covered on three in-class exams (so, as a study aid, any and all of the suggested homework problems should be reviewed).
Crib sheet: one 8.5x11 page (both sides) but no calculators, notes, etc

RSVP: if you are taking the final, please let Prof Holmes know by noon, Tuesday, May 17 (you can still take the final if you do not RSVP; this was requetsed so I would have an idea of how many exams to print).

Supplemental Notes

Abbreviations used in course

Worksheet for Chapter 1

Modeling notes based on Section 2.3

Summary for Chapter 3

Examples of Fourier series
MATLAB codes: fourier3.m and fourier4.m

Summary of Fourier series

Plots showing solution of diffusion equation
MATLAB code: heat.m

Worksheet 7 for Chapter 7

Summary for solving y'=Ay
revised 4/18/16 (improved middle plots)

Summary for steady-states, stability, and periodic solutions (replaces most of chapt 9)
Revised 5/2/16: added material on finding Hamiltonians

Worksheet 9 for periodic solutions

Textbook and Related Information

Video clips of solving problems from textbook
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Wiley web-site for textbook

Student Companion Site for textbook

Help Guides and Resources

Tutorial Service provided by the Learning Center

Supplemental Instruction provided by the Learning Center

Reference pages for algebra and calculus (note red boxed formulas are particularly important)