Spring 2019

MATH 340: Introduction to Ordinary Differential Equations

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Course Description

The construction of mathematical models to address real-world problems has been one of the most important aspects of each of the branches of science. It is often the case that these mathematical models are formulated in terms of equations involving functions as well as their derivatives. Such equations are called differential equations. If only one independent variable is involved, often time, the equations are called ordinary differential equations. The course will demonstrate the usefulness of ordinary differential equations for modeling physical and other phenomena. Complementary mathematical approaches for their solution will be presented, including analytical methods, graphical analysis and numerical techniques. The basic content of the course includes

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(*) One two-sided sheet not larger than A4 is allowed in Exam I, II, and Final. Other materials (Notes, books, calculators) are not allowed.
(*) Exam classrooms are assigned by the last names of students alphabtically sorted from all sections combined.
Student Last Name A-G H-Q R-Z
Exams I and II classroom
Student Last Name A-C D-G H-L M-Q R-V W-Z
Final Exam classroom

Section, Classroom, and Instructor

Section Class time and classroom Instructor
1 MTWF at 08:00-08:50AM, Engrg E203 Peter Christman
2 MTWF at 10:00-10:50AM, Engrg E203 Joshua Mirth
3 MTWF at 11:00-11:50AM, Engrg E203 Ryan Becker
4 MTWF at 12:00-12:50PM, Engrg E203 Shannons Stiverson
5 MTWF at 01:00-01:50PM, Engrg E203 Zhuoran Wang
6 MTWF at 02:00-02:50PM, Engrg E203 Kwancheol Shin
7 MTWF at 03:00-03:50PM, Engrg E203 Graham Harper
8 MTWF at 04:00-04:50AM, Engrg E203 Jeremy Buss
9 MTWF at 12:00-12:50PM, Engrg E105 Brady Tyburski
10 MTWF at 01:00-01:50PM, Engrg E205 Wei-Yu Hsu

Common office hours are held in The Calculus Center in the Great Hall of the TILT Building, starting from the second week.

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