- Nagle, Saff, and Snider, Fundamentals of Differential Equations, 8th edition.
Techniques and applications of differential equations, first and second order equations, Laplace transforms, series solutions, graphical and numerical methods, and partial differential equations. Course Information: Prerequisite(s): Grade of C or better in MATH 210. Students must enroll in one Laboratory-Discussion and one Lecture.
- Boyce and Diprima, Elementary Differential Equations and Boundary Value Problems, 9th edition.
- Edwards and Penney, Differential Equations and Boundary Value Problems, 4th edition.
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Missing an exam is permitted only for the most compelling reasons. Except in extraordinary situations, permission should be obtained in advance from the instructor to miss an exam; otherwise you will be awarded a zero.
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Your active involvement in learning is essential in order to successfully complete the course! A basic requirement of the course is therefore a serious commitment on your part to attend both the lectures and the problem sections. Attendance in the course will be taken as follows:
In lectures: Attendance will be taken on random days through a pop quiz at least once a week.
In discussion/problem sessions: The TAs will take attendance in each discussion/problem session through an attendance sheet.
At the end of the semester, a student who does not have an attendance percentage (in-lecture pop quizzes and discussion/problem sessions combined) of at least 80% will receive an F for the course.
Excused Absence Policy: In order to be excused from attendance, students must inform the instructor and/or TA (as appropriate) in advance (except in cases of emergency), and must provide documentation (for example, a letter from a doctor).
Homework for the course is assigned every week. It is the same for all section. Homework problems can be found here homework assignments. You may work together in a group of students on the homework problems, but you must write up the solutions by yourself! The homework will be due on the days announced by your instructor. Two problems chosen at random from each homework will be graded. It is very important to note that the solutions to the problems will be graded in full, and just an answer will not earn any credit. Late homework can be submitted only with a written excuse document, for example a note from doctor. No homework will be accepted more than 2 days after the deadline. One worst homework score will be dropped at the end of the semester.
The quizzes will be given during your regular lecture time on randomly chosen days. They will typically consist of one or two questions bases on recent material with the purpose of keeping you involved and active in the lectures and letting you know if you are following the concepts. Grading scheme of a quiz is based on 0, 1, 2 points for each problem. It will be graded by your TA, and returned in your problem session. There will be no make-up quizzes given, but your worst two quizzes will be dropped when computing your quiz totals. Remember that quizzes will also be used for your attendance check.
Calculators will not be permitted on exams or quizzes.
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