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Methods for obtaining numerical and analytic solutions of elementary differential equations. Applications are also discussed with an emphasis on modeling.
You must have a B or higher in MATH 2401, MATH 2411, or MATH 2605 to take this course.
At the level of Differential Equations by Brennan and Boyce, Wiley 2007
|Introduction and Euler's method||1.1-1.4||2|
|First Order Differential equations; Systems of two first order equations||2.1-2.8; 3.1-3.7||7+7|
|Second order linear equations; Systems of first order equations; Nonlinear Differential Equations and Stability||4.1-4.8; 6.1-6.7; 7.1-7.6||8+7+6|
|Laplace Transform Methods||5.1-5.9||8|