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MATH 411 SPRING 2001 Ordinary Di#erential Equations
 

Summary: MATH 411 SPRING 2001
Ordinary Di#erential Equations
Schedule # 749025 TR 01:00­02:15 316 Boucke
Instructor: Alexander Alekseenko, 328 McAllister, 865­1984, alekseen@math.psu.edu
The course will be an introduction to ordinary di#erential equations. During the classes
basic concepts of theory will be illustrated by great number of examples. The emphasis will be
taken to practical skills of solving but still the essential theoretical questions will be outlined.
The course aimed to provide a good navigation in modern theory and implementations of
ordinary di#erential equations.
Text. Ray Redhefer Di#erential equations: theory and applications. Jones and Bartlett
Publishers, Inc. (1991)
Grading. Your grade in the course will be based on the following: Homeworks ­ 30%,
Midterm ­ 30%, Final Exam ­ 40%.
Homeworks. Homeworks will be assigned every 4­6 classes and due two or three weeks
later.
Examinations. Both examinations will take place in a classroom with limited time. Books,
notes, calculators, etc. will be allowed. The final exam will cover the entirety of material taught
in the class.
Syllabus
1. Introduction. Analysis of function behaviour. Di#erential equation. Basic procedures. Ex­

  

Source: Alekseenko, Alexander - Department of Mathematics, California State University, Northridge

 

Collections: Physics