Math 3350 Section 6

Fall 2017

 

 

Dr. David Gilliam
Office: Math 103
Phone: 806-834-2740

email: david.gilliam@ttu.edu

11:00-11:50 MWF, Math Room 015 (Basement)

Office Hours: 7:00-8:50 MWF
and by appointment

 

Ordinary Differential Equations




Homework rules and Review  


Online Homework : Click here to Enter



The following link provides a tutorial on how to use WeBWork

Introduction to WeBWork.pdf


Students should also read the tutorial on entering answers in WeBWork

How to Enter Answers in WeBWork.pdf 


Course Description

This course is intended as an introduction to solving differential equations

and studying properties of solutions.


Textbook

The textbook for the course is "Advanced Engineering Mathematics", 5th Edition
            by Dennis G. Zill and Warren S. Wright, published by Jones & Bartlett (2013)




Grading Policy

There will be 3 exams given in class. Each exam counts as 30% of your final grade. A missed exam gives a score of zero and there are no makeup exams other than the final exam --- although, under extreme (and well documented) circumstances, it may be possible to make arrangements to take a test in advance.

There will be approximately 15 online homework assignments using WebWork. The two lowest homework scores will be dropped and the remaining scores will be averaged to produce 1 score. So the homework will count as 10% of your final grade.

 

The final exam will consist of two separate hour exams producing 2 more scores. These two scores can be used to replace previous lower test scores. Therefore the final exam provides the opportunity to make up or replace up to 2 previous lower scores. This final is a comprehensive final.

After the final you will have 5 test I will take your best 3 scores out of the 5 scores. Each of these will count 30% of your final grade, the remaining 10% comes from your homework.


Syllabus

The following link can be used to obtain a copy of the sylabus in Adobe Acrobat(.pdf) format

Sylabus PDF File  


Sample Tests


Sample Test 1 (Available Now) Exam 1 on Monday, September 25.  


Sample Test 2 (Available Now) Exam 2 on Wednesday, October 25th.  


Sample Test 3 (Available Now) Exam 3 on Wednesday, November 29th    


Final Exam Review Sheet (Available Now)  

Final Exam Formula Sheet (Available Now)  

Final Exam 7:30 a.m.- 10:00 a.m., Saturday, December 9th, Regular Classroom.  




Class Lecture Notes


Lecture Notes for Chapter 1 and 2  


Lecture Notes for Chapter 3  


Lecture Notes for Chapter 4  


Lecture Notes for Chapter 5  


Download Material


Separable Examples Section 2.2 

Direction Field Examples 

Formulas Chapters 1 and 2 

Supplemental First Order Exercises 

Integration Formulas

Differentiation Formulas

Formulas Chapter 3 

Formulas for Reduction of Order 

Supplemental Higher Order Exercises 

Supplemental Non-Homogeneous Exercises 

Formulas for Method of Undetermined Coefficients  

Formulas Chapter 4 (Laplace Transforms) 

Supplemental Laplace Transforms 

Using Maple to complete this course  

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