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### MATH 33BOutline3330spring2007

Course: MATH 33B, Spring 2007
School: UCLA
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33B Mathematics This is intended to be an outline for the entire course and a guide for studying for the final exam. I. First Order Equations (Sections 2.1,2.2, 2.4-2.9) We covered quite a bit here, but it really all comes under the following topics: i) Solving y + a(t)y = g(t) for the unknown function y(t) (Section 2.4). ii) Exact equations in general, and y = f (t)h(y) in particular (Section 2.2 and 2.6). iii)...

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