Any in-class announcement, verbal or written, is considered

official addendum to this syllabus.

A(A-, A, A+) = 90 - 100%

B(B-, B, B+) = 80 - 89%

C = 70 - 79%

D = 60 - 69%

E = 0 - 59%

F, S, SS Introduction to ordinary differential equations, adapted to the needs of students in engineering and the sciences. MAT 272 or equivalent is recommended. Prerequisite: MAT 271 or equivalent.

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description among other course descriptions for 200-level courses

**Section
Problems**

**2.1**
Do only part ( c ) of 1,6; 14,16,20,28,30.

**2.2 ** 1,5,6;
do only part ( a ) of 10,11,14; 21**
2.4** 3,5,6,8

6.2

7.2

7.5

7.6

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**History
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__Homework__

**HW#1**, sections 2.1 - 2.2:
due to Wednesday, September 5.

**HW#2**, sections 2.4
- 2.6: due to Friday, September 21.

**HW#3**, sections 3.1 - 3.4: due
to Friday, October 26.

**HW#4**, sections 3.5 - 3.7: due
to Friday, November 9.

Test#1

Chapter 2, sections: 2.1-2.2, 2.4-2.6 are on the test.

Topics:

(a) linear equations

(b) separable equations

(c) exact equations

(d) Fundamental theorem (Theorem 2.4.2)

(e) Euler's method

Test#2

Chapter 3, sections: 3.6-3.7; Chapter 7, sections: 7.1-7.6; Chapter 6, sections 6.1, 6.2 are on the test.

Topics:

(e) second order linear equations with constant coefficients

(f) complex and repeated roots in the characteristic equation; reduction of order

(g) linear dependence and independence, Wronskian and Abel's theorem

(a) nonhomogeneous equations: method of undetermined coefficients, variation of paremeters

(b) matrices, eigenvalues and eigenvectors

(c) basic theory of systems of first order linear equations (Theorems Th 7.4.1-7.4.3)

(d) homogeneous linear systems with constant coefficients

(e) complex eigenvalues

(f) Laplace transform

Homework problems to review:

7.5

7.6

6.2

__Quizzes__

** Quiz#1
Wednesday, September 5,** sections 2.1-2.2

** Final Exam** from

Topics:

(1) linear equations

(2) separable equations

(3) exact equations

(4) Fundamental theorem (Theorem 2.4.2)

(5) Second order linear equations with constant coefficients

(6) Linear dependence and independence, Wronskian and Abel's theorem

(7) complex and repeated roots in the characteristic equation; reduction of order

(8) nonhomogeneous equations: method of undetermined coefficients, variation of paremeters

(9) matrices, eigenvalues and eigenvectors

(10) basic theory of systems of first order linear equations (Theorems Th 7.4.1-7.4.3)

(11) homogeneous linear systems with constant coefficients

(12) complex eigenvalues