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Spr2018: MAP2302 022H Elem.Diff.Equations MWF5 LIT201 (SE)

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my office door (Little Hall 402, Northeast corner)
,
by
**2PM, Thursday, 26Apr2018**.

*The
IOP
must be carefully typed*,
but diagrams may be hand-drawn.

**At all times** have a **paper copy** you can hand-in; I do
** NOT** accept
electronic versions.
Print out a copy

My dog ate my homework.)

Please follow the guidelines on the
*Checklist*
(pdf, 3pages) to earn full credit.

Textbook:
Fundamentals of Differential Eqns with Boundary
Value Problems,
(__9__^{th} edition).
Author: Nagle, Saff & Snider.

We will also use Wikipedia and perhaps other online sources.
In all of my courses, attendance is absolutely required (excepting illness and religious holidays). In the unfortunate event that you miss a class,you are responsibleto get all Notes / Announcements / TheWholeNineYards from a classmate, or several. All my classes have a substantial class-participation grade.

- The gentle
Class-U
surfaced
*Expialadociously!*(on Wedn., 04Apr2018), but did**not**ask students to compute Exp(`i`·aladocious); which, anyway, equals Exp(−aladocous). [*Why?*] -
The Laplace transform
`(pdf)`has an example, a simplification of tapping on a bell. Also available is a small Table of Laplace transforms`(pdf)`. Related is Euler-Mascheroni constant and Gamma. For the curious: The Gamma fnc, and Volume of the n-ball (pdf). *Look Ma!*All 18 DfyQ quizzes so far (pdf). [Wednesday, 18Apr2018]- With its
*Salty language*, Class-T appeared (on Wed., 28Feb2018) out of the Briney Depths, to entertain the cognoscenti [*Exactly*what they were hoping for] as students effortlessly*sprang*through Harmonic motion with*undamped*enthusiasm. - Algorithms for solving some differential equations (pdf).
- The exhilarating Class-S appeared (on Wed., 07Feb2018), attracting praise for its challenging, yet eminently do-able problems, as well as its nifty typesetting.
- The Math-Greek alphabet (pdf), which we will use in class frequently.
- Our DfyQ syllabus.
- Wikipedia: (skim) Differential Equation.
- W: (skim) Linear DE.
- W: ODE.
- W: SoV
- W: Complex number.
- W: Exponential function.
- W: Exact DE.
*Read eventually:*W: FTODE, Picard-Lindelof theorem.- Examples illustrating
Det(
*N*×*N*matrix) is a degree-N homogeneous polynomial in its*N*^{2}many entries (txt).

The various DiffyQ czars who helped out.

Time | Blackboard | Memory | Phone |
---|---|---|---|

Abby | (Helpful folks) | Um ... oh yeah, Zorana! |
Cristina |

Material from Spring 2017 DiffyQ:

Our DfyQ 2017t syllabus [updated 18Sep2017, due to hurricane Irma], and microquizzes 2017t.

The various DiffyQ czars who help out.

Computer | Time | Blackboard | Memory |
---|---|---|---|

Danielle H. | David P. | Dirk S. | (Shoot! I didn't write it down…) |

Exams Class-S, Class-T, Class-U.

The V-IOP(Individual Optional Project).