Math 307D. Differential Equations. Summer Quarter 2013


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Announcements: Office hours: Wednesday, August 21, 2:30-4:30pm; Thursday, August 22, 2-5pm


Homework

Homework 1, due July 3
Homework 2, due July 10
Homework 3, due July 24
Homework 4, due July 31
Homework 5, due August 14
Homework 6, due August 21

Instructor: Andrey Sarantsev
Office: Padelford (PDL) C552
E-mail: ansa1989 [_a_t] math.washington.edu
Time and Place: MWF 1:10 - 2:10pm Denny Hall (DEN) 307
Office Hours: Wed 11am-12pm, 2:30-3:30pm in my office, or by appointment

Lectures

Lecture 2. Linear and Separable Equations. June 26
Lecture 3. Modeling with First-Order Equations I. June 28
Lecture 4. Modeling with First-Order Equations II. July 1
Lecture 5. Autonomous Equations. July 3
Lecture 6. Euler's Method. July 5
Lecture 7. Existence and Uniqueness. July 8
Lecture 8. Second-Order Homogeneous Equations I. July 15
Lecture 9. Second-Order Homogeneous Equations II. July 17
Lecture 10. Second-Order Nonhomogeneous Equations I. July 19
Lecture 11. Second-Order Nonhomogeneous Equations II. July 22
Lecture 12. Variation of Parameters. July 24
Lecture 13. Mechanical Vibrations. July 26
Lecture 14. Damped Mechanical Vibrations. July 29
Lecture 15. Forced Mechanical Vibrations. August 5
Lecture 16. Electrical Circuits. August 7
Lecture 17. Laplace Transforms I. August 9
Lecture 18. Laplace Transforms II. August 12
Lecture 19. Discontinuous Right-Hand Side. August 14

Midterms and the Final Exam

Midterm 1. July 12 Solution
Midterm 2. August 2 Solution
Final Exam. August 23 Solution

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