Week #1:
Jan 13  17
Homework

1.1. Prologue: What are Differential Equations?
1.2. Four Introductory Models
Administrative Note: Lecture 1 (10:30) will not meet on Friday
17 January.
Lecture 2 (12:30) will meet as normal.

Week #2:
Jan 20  24
Homework

1.3. Fundamental Concepts and Terminology
2.1. Methods of Solution
Administrative Note: Monday 20 January is Martin Luther King Day.
Lecture 2 (12:30) will not meet.
Lecture 1 (10:30) will meet as normal.

Week #3:
Jan 27  Jan 31
Homework

2.2.2. Mixing Problems
3.1. Direction Fields and Numerical Approximation

Week #4:
Feb 3  7
Homework

3.2. Separable Equations
3.5. Nonlinear Firstorder Equations in Applications
4.2. Existence and Uniqueness
Exam #1 will be given on Wednesday 5
February. The exam will be held during your regular class time in
the University Center's McConomy Auditorium.
A review session will be held on Monday 3 February, from 7:309:00 in
DH 2315.
Here are some review problems.

Week #5:
Feb 10  14
Homework

4.3. Qualitative and Asymptotic Behavior
4.4. The Logistic Population Model
5.1. Introduction: Modeling Vibrations

Week #6:
Feb 17  21
Homework

5.2. State Variables and Numerical Approximations
5.3. Operators and Linearity

Week #7:
Feb 24  Feb 28
Homework

5.4. Solutions and Linear Dependence
6.1. Homogeneous Equations with Constant Coefficients
6.2. Exponential Shift

Week #8:
Mar 3  7
Homework

6.3. Complex Roots
Exam #2 will be given on Wednesday,
March 5.
Here are some review problems.
Administrative note: Friday, March 7 is the MidSemester Break.
Class will not meet.

Week #9:
Mar 10  14
Homework

6.4. Real Solutions from Complex Solutions
6.5. Unforced Vibrations
6.6. Periodic Force and Responce

Week #10:
Mar 17  21
Homework

7.1. Definition and Pasic Properties (of the Laplace Transform)
7.2. More Transforms and Further Properties

Mar 24  28

Spring Break

Week #11:
Mar 31  Apr 4
Homework

7.3. Heavyside Functions and PiecewiseDefined Inputs
7.4. Periodic Inputs

Week #12:
Apr 7  11
Homework

7.5. Impulses and the Dirac Distribution
Exam #3 will be given on Wednesday,
April 9.
Here is a study guide. More items may be added,
so check back.

Week #13:
Apr 14  18
Homework

7.6. Convolution
11.1. The Basic Diffusion Problem
11.2. Solutions by Separation of Variables

Week #14:
Apr 21  25
Homework

11.3. Fourier Series
11.4. Fourier Sine and Cosine Series
11.5. SturmLiouville Problems

Week #15:
Apr 28  May 2
Homework

11.6. Singular SturmLiouville Problems
11.7. Eigenfunction Expansions
12.1. The Wave Equation
12.2. The 2D Laplace Equation
12.3. The 2D Diffusion Equations
Administrative note: Friday, May 2 is the last day of class.

May 13

The Final Exam will be given on Tuesday,
May 14, from 1:00pm to 4:00pm, in UC McConomy. Here are some
review problems.
