**Instructor **Ass.
Professor Dr. Iuliana Oprea, Weber
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**Office Hours: **W 4:10-5:00PM,
TWF 10:00 – 11:00 AM and by appt., Phone: 491-6751 Office

Email:
juliana#math.colostate.edu; www: http://www.math.colostate.edu/~juliana/M340.html

**Class Time and Room: **MWTF
9:00-9:50AM in E 202 Eng

Lab: This course is formally
split in a lecture and a lab session, which in practice will not be
separated. You should register, however, for both lecture (301181) and
Lab (308780).

__Required Textbook__:

William E. Boyce and Richard C. DiPrima, Elementary
Differential Equations, Seventh Edition, John
Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2001

FINAL EXAM: Thursday
December 18, 9:00-11:00, room: E202

grades:

90-100 A

80-89 B

70-79 C

55-69 D

**Homework
Assignments
**(don't forget to reload the
page first, for up-dates)

HW #1: 1.1:
2,4,11,17; 1.2: 1,2,8,9; 1.3:
2,6,8,9,15,19; 2.1: 3,5
- graded: 1.1: 11,17, 1.2: 1, 1.3: 9,19; solution of 11,
section 1, here.

HW #2: 2.1:
7-19 odd, 19, 23,28,29, 2.2:
1-7odd, 9, 13, 19,21,22, - graded: 2.1:
7,13; 2.2: 9,13,21

HW #3: 2.3: 4,14; 2.4:
1,3,4,5,10,12,23,28

HW #4: 2.5: 3,4,8,9,10,12,13, 2.6:
1-4, 10, 13,19,25; graded: 2.5: 10,
12, 13; 2.6:
10,19

HW #5: 2.7:
1,2,5; 2.8:
4, 2.9:1,here is MATLAB code for Euler's
Method; graded 2.7:1, 2.8:4, 2.9:1

HW #6: 3.1: 1-19
odd; 3.2:
1-13 odd, 3.3:
3,5,7; graded: 9, 19 (3.1); 3,9,13(3.2); 5(3.3)

HW #7: 3.4:
1-4; 7-23 odd, 27; 3.5: 1-13 odd, 18, 23; 3.6: 1-4, graded: 3.4:
4,11,21,27; 3.5:
9,11,23: 3.6:3

HW #8: Due
Monday: 5-8, 15-18; 19-25 (set up Y_p, do not solve).; 3.7:
1-7 odd; 3.8: 1,3,5, graded
: 5,16,24(3.6); 3(3.7);1,3(3.8)

HW #9: 3.8:
6,11,17; 3.9: 1,3,5,7, 4.1:
1-5 odd, 15; 4.2: 11, 4.3:
7, 4.4: 2; 6.1:
1, 5-a,b, 7,11,21; 6.2: 2,3,11 graded
all

HW #10: 6.3:
3,7,13,29;
6.4: 1,2,3,7; 7.1: 4,8; 7.3:
18,21; graded: 6.3 all, 6.4 all,7.1 all

HW #11: 7.2: 18,21; 7.3: 6, 22 15; 7.5: 1-11
odd

HW #12:7.6: 1-7
odd; 7.8:
3-7 odd

HW #13: 7.9: 1-7
odd, 7.7:
1,5; 9.1:
1-3; due Dec. 5

Last HW,
due Wed. 10: 9.1: 5-11
odd, 9.2:
15, 19;

Last week's
schedule: review and preparation of the final exam, as follows:

M: Chapters 1,2

T: 3,4

W: 6

F: 7,9

It is recommended that you review theory and corresponding HW
assignments, before comming to class.

Clich here for your scores: Web
CT

**Examinations:
**There will be three Mid-term in-class exams: September 23, October 21 and November 18,
and a Final Exam.

free tutoring for M340 is available at http://www.colostate.edu/Depts/NatSci/html/Tutorial.html