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Day-to-day notes will be posted here:

- On HW5, problem 3a, you can use the results on products and sums of differentiable functions, as opposed to the definition of the derivative as a limit.
- No office hours Thursday, January 20.
- No office hours just before the midterm; please bring questions to extra office hours on Friday, February 28 from 2-4.

Monday 2:00 - 4:00 p.m.

Friday 1:00 - 4:00 p.m.

Jan 1 - 5 Addition Jan 7 - 12 Subtraction Jan 13-31 Division Feb 1-10 Multiplication Feb 11-20 Complex Variables Feb 21-28 Graphing Mar 1-15 Linear Algebra Mar 16-31 Computing April 1-14 Analysis April 15-30 Complex Analysis May Multi-Dimensionality

Please review the course Syllabus (PDF).

Differential Equations (2nd edition)

J. Polking, A. Boggess, D. Arnold

Prentice Hall 2005, ISBN 0-13-143738-0

Supplementary Text: J. Polking, D. Arnold: Ordinary Differential Equations using Matlab

Due DateAssignmentJan 12 Subtraction Jan 13 Division Feb 1 Multiplication Feb 11 Complex Variables Feb 21 Graphing Mar 1 Linear Algebra Mar 16 Computing April 1 Analysis April 15 Complex Analysis May 1 Multi-Dimensionality

As the semester progresses, this will be a growing list of resources.

- Answers to homework fourteen.
- Last year's final.
- Corrected version of theorem from class, October 27.
- Mumford's explanation of the complex exponential function.
- The derivation of the chain rule went a little quickly in class.
- An exponential applet.
- Neat resources on visual complex analysis.