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Integrals of simple functions 1 Rational functions () () () () dx = xn dx = 1 dx = x du = 2 + u2 a x+C xn+1 +C n+1 ln |x| + C 1 u arctan + C a a if n = 1 2 Logarithms ln x dx logb x dx = = x ln x x + C x logb x x logb e + C 3 Exponential func

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Math 133A, Fall 2005 Solutions and answers to the homework problems from Sections 3.2-6.3 3.2.6. (a) The eigenvalues are 1 = 4 and 2 = 9. (b) For 1 = 4 we nd that the eigenvectors are all [x1 , y1 ] such that 9x1 = 4y1 . For 2 = 9 we have x2 = y2 .

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Math 133A, Fall 2005 Solutions and answers to the homework problems from Sections 2.1-3.1 2.1.2. For (i) the equilibrium points are x = y = 0 and x = 10, y = 0. For the latter equilibrium point, prey alone exist and predators are absent. For (ii), t

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Math 133A Ordinary Differential Equations Fall 2005 Instructor: Telephone: Office Hours: Dimitar Grantcharov 924-5175 MW 3-5 pm, or by appointment. Office: MH 312 Email: grantcharov@math.sjsu.edu Web page: http:/www.math.sjsu.edu/~grantcharov P

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San Jos State University e Math 133A, Fall 2005 Midterm 1 Solutions Section 03 September 28, 2005 Name: XYZ Score 1 25 2 25 3 25 4 25 Total 100 Explain your work 1. (25 points) Consider the dierential equation dy = (y 2 y 2) log(1 + y 2 ), dt

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San Jose State University Math 133A, Fall 2005 Solutions to graded Homework 8 problems Ex. 3.1, #17. The linear system corresponding to the given second order ODE is dy =v dt dv = qy pv. dt (a) If q = 0 but p = 0, then equilibrium points (y, v) a

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San Jose State University Math 133A, Fall 2005 Solutions to graded Homework 5 problems Ex. 1.9, #1. We rewrite the equation as dy = (y 4t) + (y 4t)2 + 4. dt The substitution u = y 4t gives dy/dt = du/dt + 4, so if we substitute, we obtain du +

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San Jose State University Math 133A, Fall 2005 Solutions to graded Homework 9 problems Ex. 3.3, #1. The system is dY = AY, dt where A= 32 . 0 2 A is lower-triangular, so its eigenvalues are 1 = 3 and 2 = 2. Recall from one of the previous homewor

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San Jose State University Math 133A, Fall 2005 Solutions to graded Homework 13 problems Ex. 6.1 #2. We have: L [t] = 0 T test dt test dt est s t=T T = lim = lim T 0 T t t=0 0 T 0 est dt s () = lim T 1 1 T esT + s s 0 est dt if s

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San Jose State University Math 133A, Fall 2005 Solutions to graded Homework 12 problems Ex. 3.7, #2. (a) The trace is T = a and the determinant D = 2. Therefore, the corresponding curve C in the trace-determinant plane is the straight line paralle

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San Jose State University Math 133A, Fall 2005 Solutions to graded Homework 11 problems Ex. 3.5, #13. If AY = Y for every vector Y , then in particular, A 1 1 = . 0 0 The left-hand side of the equation equals the rst column of A. Therefore, a =

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San Jose State University Math 133A, Fall 2005 Midterm 2 Solutions Section 03 November 2, 2005 Name: Granwyth Hulatberi Score 1 25 2 25 3 25 4 25 Total 100 Explain your work 1. (25 points) Consider the dierential equation dy = y 2 2ty + t2 3

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San Jos State University e Math 133A, Fall 2005 Quiz 2 Solution Suppose we know that the graph below is the graph of a solution to dy/dt = f (y). y y(0) = 3 t (a) How much of the slope eld can you sketch from this information? [Hint: Note that t

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San Jose State University Math 133A, Fall 2005 Solutions to graded Homework 2 problems Ex. 1.3, #14. Denote the values of y for which f (y) = 0 by y0 , y1 , and y2 , where y0 < 0 < y1 < y2 . These are the equilibria of the dierential equation dy/

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San Jose State University Math 133A, Fall 2005 Solutions to graded Homework 14 problems Ex. 6.2 #5. First use partial fractions to write F (s) = 1 A B = + . (s 1)(s 2) s1 s2 Multiplying both sides by (s 1)(s 2), we obtain 1 = A(s 2) + B(s 1

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San Jose State University Math 133A, Fall 2005 Sample Final Exam Section 3 Name: Score 1 2 3 4 5 6 Total Explain your work 1. Solve the following initial value problem: dy = 2ty 2 + 3t2 y 2 , dt Solution: y(1) = 1. 2. Consider the following di

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San Jose State University Math 133A, Fall 2005 Solutions to graded Homework 7 problems Ex. 2.3, #5. The function Y (t) = (e2t et , e2t ) is not a solution to the system dx = 2x + y dt dy = y dt because the second component of Y (t), e2t , is not

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San Jose State University Math 133A, Fall 2005 Solutions to graded Homework 3 problems Ex. 1.5, #8. Let f (y) = (y 2)(y 3)y. Then our ODE is dy/dt = f (y). The equilibria are 0, 2, and 3, since f equals zero there. Does the (unique) solution y(

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San Jose State University Math 133A, Fall 2004 Basic Integrals and Methods of Integration This is a list of basic integrals and methods of integration that I expect you to know. You should be able to combine the integration formulas with the metho

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Some useful trigonometric identities Start with the identities sin(a + b) = sin a cos b + cos a sin b, sin(a b) = sin a cos b cos a sin b, cos(a + b) = cos a cos b sin a sin b, cos(a b) = cos a cos b + sin a sin b. Adding (1) and (2), then (3) an

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San Jose State University Math 133A, Fall 2004 Quiz 1 Name: Determine for which values of m the function (x) = emx is a solution to the given equation. Explain your work. (a) (b) Solution: d2 y dy + 6 + 5y = 0 2 dx dx d3 y d2 y dy +3 2 +2 = 0. 3 d

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San Jose State University Math 133A, Fall 2004 Midterm 1 Solutions Section 04 Score 1 25 2 25 3 25 4 25 Total 100 1. (25 points) Consider a dierential equation yy 2x = 0. cos y (1) (a) If x0 = 0, show that (1) cannot possibly have a solution d

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San Jose State University Math 133A, Fall 2004 Midterm 2 Solutions Section 05 Score 1 25 2 25 3 25 4 25 Total 100 1. (25 points) Determine the form of a particular solution to the given ODE, but do not solve for the coecients: y + 6y + 9y = 2t2

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San Jose State University Math 133A, Fall 2004 Quiz 5 Solve the given initial value problem: y 4y + 4y = 0, Solution: The characteristic equation r2 4r + 4 = 0, has a double root r = 2. The general solution is therefore y(t) = (C0 + C1 t)e2t . S

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San Jose State University Math 133A, Fall 2004 Homework 4: solutions to even numbered problems Ex. 2.5 8. = y 4 , x2 y 3 y 1 = C, and y = 0 12. exact, x2 y 3 + x log |y| = C 16. y = Cx Ex. 2.6 6. homogeneous 8. y = G(ax + by) 10. y = x Clog |x|

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San Jose State University Math 133A, Fall 2004 Quiz 7 Find the solution to the initial value problem: y + 9y = 27, y(0) = 4, y (0) = 6. Solution: First we need to solve the associated homogeneous equation y + 9y = 0. Its characteristic equation i

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San Jose State University Math 133A, Fall 2004 Quiz 2 Solve the equation (x + xy 2 ) dx + ex y dy = 0. Solution: The equation is separable. It can be solved by separating the variables, as follows (we use the same symbol, C, for the arbitrary cons

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San Jose State University Math 133A, Fall 2004 Quiz 9 Express the given function using unit step functions and compute the Laplace transform. 0, 0 < t < 1, 2, 1 < t < 2, g(t) = 1, 2 < t < 3, 3, 3 < t. (Hint: L{u(t a)}(s) = eas /s.) Solutio

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San Jose State University Math 133A, Fall 2004 Quiz 6 Solve the given initial value problem: y 2y + 2y = 0, y() = e , y () = 0. Solution: The associated characteristic equation is r2 2r + 2 = 0. Its roots are 1 i, so the general solution is y

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San Jose State University Math 133A, Fall 2004 Quiz 4 Use the method under Equations of the form dy/dx = G(ax + by) to solve dy = (x + y + 2)2 . dx Solution: Let z = x + y + 2. Then y = z 2 , so z = 1 + y = 1 + z2. This equation is separable. By s

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San Jose State University Math 133A, Fall 2004 Quiz 3 Name: Solve the initial value problem dy + 4y ex = 0, dx Solution: 4 y(0) = . 3

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San Jose State University Department of Mathematics Fall 2004 Math 133A: Ordinary Dierential Equations Instructor: Slobodan Simi c Oce: 318A MacQuarrie Hall Phone: (408) 924-7485 Email: simic@math.sjsu.edu Course web page: http:/www.math.sjsu.edu/

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San Jose State University Math 133A, Fall 2004 Quiz 9 Name: Express the given function using unit step functions and compute the Laplace transform. 0, 0 < t < 1, 2, 1 < t < 2, g(t) = 1, 2 < t < 3, 3, 3 < t. (Hint: L{u(t a)}(s) = eas /s.) S

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San Jose State University Math 133A, Fall 2004 Quiz 8 Name: Determine the inverse Laplace transform of the given function: 3 . (2s + 5)3 Solution:

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San Jose State University Math 133A, Fall 2004 Quiz 2 Name: Solve the equation (x + xy 2 ) dx + ex y dy = 0. Solution: 2

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San Jose State University Math 133A, Fall 2004 Quiz 5 Name: Solve the given initial value problem: y 4y + 4y = 0, Solution: y(1) = 1, y (1) = 1. Dont forget to register to vote!

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San Jose State University Math 133A, Fall 2005 Solutions to graded Homework 10 problems Ex. 3.4, #5. (a) The characteristic polynomial associated with dY 1 2 = Y 1 1 dt is 2 + 2 + 3, so the eigenvalues are = 1 i 2. (b) The eigenvalues are compl

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San Jose State University Math 133A, Fall 2005 Quiz 5 Solution Consider the linear system dY 1 2 = Y. 1 1 dt Determine if the origin is a spiral sink, a spiral source, or a center, and approximately sketch the phase portrait (paying attention to t

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San Jose State University Math 133A, Fall 2005 Quiz 3 Change the dependent variable from y to u using the change of variables indicated. Describe the equation in the new variable (such as separable, linear, autonomous,.). dy = t(y + ty 2 ) + cos t

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San Jose State University Math 133A, Fall 2005 Quiz 6 Solution Consider the following initial value problem: dy + 4y = 6, dt y(0) = 0. (a) Compute the Laplace transform of both sides of the equation. (b) Substitute the initial condition and solve

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San Jose State University Math 133A, Fall 2005 Quiz 4 Solution Find the equilibrium points of the given system: dx =y dt dy = x x3 y. dt Solution: The equilibrium points of the given system of ODEs are solutions of the system of equations y=0 x

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San Jose State University Math 133A, Fall 2004 Midterm 2 Solutions Section 04 Score 1 25 2 25 3 25 4 25 Total 100 1. (25 points) Determine the form of a particular solution to the given ODE, but do not solve for the coecients: y 8y + 16y = 2t2

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San Jose State University Math 133A, Fall 2004 Midterm 1 Solutions Section 05 Score 1 25 2 25 3 25 4 25 Total 100 1. (25 points) Consider a dierential equation yy 2xey = 0. (1) (a) If x0 = 0, show that (1) cannot possibly have a solution dened

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San Jose State University Math 133A, Fall 2004 Quiz 3 Solve the initial value problem dy + 4y ex = 0, dx Solution: The equation is linear with P (x) = 4, Therefore, the integrating factor is (x) = exp so the general solution is y= 1 (x) (x)Q(x) d

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San Jose State University Math 133A, Fall 2004 Quiz 8 Determine the inverse Laplace transform of the given function: 3 . (2s + 5)3 Solution: Using L{tn }(s) = n!/sn+1 with n = 2 and L{eat f (t)}(s) = L{f }(sa), we obtain L1 3 (2s + 5)3 (t) = 3 1 2

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San Jose State University Math 133A, Fall 2004 Sample Final Exam Name: Score 1 2 3 4 5 6 Total Explain your answers 1. Solve the following initial value problem: y = (1 + y 2 ) tan x, Solution: y(0) = 3. 2. Consider the equation (y 2 + 2xy)dx

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Math 133A Essentials I. Basic notions. Solutions (explicit and implicit), initial value problems (IVPs) Existence and uniqueness theorem Direction elds II. First order equations. Methods for solving: Separable equations y = u(x)v(y) Linear equat

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San Jose State University Math 133A, Fall 2004 Quiz 4 Name: Use the method under Equations of the form dy/dx = G(ax + by) to solve dy = (x + y + 2)2 . dx Solution:

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San Jose State University Math 133A, Fall 2004 Quiz 6 Name: Solve the given initial value problem: y 2y + 2y = 0, Solution: y() = e , y () = 0.

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San Jose State University Math 133A, Fall 2004 Quiz 7 Name: Find the solution to the initial value problem: y + 9y = 27, Solution: y(0) = 4, y (0) = 6.

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Summary for Midterm 2 I. First-order systems: General theory. 1. Notion of a solution (curve), equilibrium, phase portrait. 2. Converting 2nd order equations into systems. 3. Vector and direction elds vs. solution curves. 4. Solving decoupled and pa

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San Jose State University Department of Mathematics Fall 2005 Math 133A: Ordinary Dierential Equations Instructor: Slobodan Simi c Oce: 318A MacQuarrie Hall Phone: (408) 924-7485 Email: simic@math.sjsu.edu Web: http:/www.math.sjsu.edu/simic/Fall05

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San Jose State University Math 133A, Fall 2005 Solutions to graded Homework 1 problems Ex. 1.1, #2. (a) Recall that a solution P (t) is called an equilibrium if it is constant. This means P (t) = 0, for all t. So the equilibria of the given equat

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San Jose State University Math 133A, Fall 2005 Solutions to graded Homework 4 problems The solution to dy + p(t)y = q(t) dt y(t) = where (t) = e R p(t) dt . is 1 (t) (t)q(t) dt, Ex. 1.8, #2. We have p(t) = 3/t and q(t) = t5 , so (t) = t3 and y

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San Jose State University Math 133A, Fall 2005 Quiz 1 Name: Solve the given initial value problem: dy t2 = , dt y + t3 y Solution: y(0) = 2.

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San Jos State University e Math 133A, Fall 2005 Quiz 2 Name: Suppose we know that the graph below is the graph of a solution to dy/dt = f (y). y y(0) = 3 t (a) How much of the slope eld can you sketch from this information? [Hint: Note that the

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San Jose State University Math 133A, Fall 2005 Quiz 3 Name: Change the dependent variable from y to u using the change of variables indicated. Describe the equation in the new variable (such as separable, linear, autonomous,.). dy = t(y + ty 2 ) +

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San Jose State University Math 133A, Fall 2005 Quiz 4 Name: Find the equilibrium points of the given system: dx =y dt dy = x x3 y. dt Solution:

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San Jose State University Math 133A, Fall 2005 Quiz 5 Name: Consider the linear system dY 1 2 = Y. 1 1 dt Determine if the origin is a spiral sink, a spiral source, or a center, and approximately sketch the phase portrait (paying attention to the

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San Jose State University Math 133A, Fall 2005 Quiz 6 Name: Consider the following initial value problem: dy + 4y = 6, dt y(0) = 0. (a) Compute the Laplace transform of both sides of the equation. (b) Substitute the initial condition and solve fo

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San Jose State University Math 133A, Fall 2004 Quiz 1 Determine for which values of m the function (x) = emx is a solution to the given equation. Explain your work. (a) (b) d2 y dy + 6 + 5y = 0 2 dx dx d2 y dy d3 y +3 2 +2 = 0. 3 dx dx dx Solutio

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San Jose State University Math 133A, Fall 2005 Solutions to graded Homework 6 problems Ex. 2.1, #5. Substituting x = 0 into the equation for dx/dt yields dx/dt = 0 for all t. Therefore, x(t) is constant, and since x(0) = 0, it follows that x(t) =

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San Jose State University Math 133A, Fall 2005 Quiz 1 Solution Solve the given initial value problem: dy t2 = , dt y + t3 y y(0) = 2. Solution: Separating the variables and integrating, we obtain ydy = t2 dt. 1 + t3 The right-hand side can be so