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Math 364
Ordinary Differential Equations
Spring 2008
Instructor: Bob Snyder
Office: College Center, 2nd Floor
Office phone: Ext. 7211 (5287211)
Email: rls@simonsrock.edu
Office Hours:
MW11 am  12 noon, T 2  4pm
This is an introductory course on ordinary differential equations. Topics include firstorder
equations, second order linear equations, harmonic oscillators, series solutions, nth order equations,
systems of
equations, and existence and uniqueness theorems. Applications and computer
techniques will be studied as time permits.
Prerequisite: Math 221 or permission of the instructor
Spring 4 credits
In addition to gaining a knowledge of the mathematics of differential equations, the student is
expected to gain an increased facility with formal mathematics.
Emphasis will be placed on general
concepts and arguments.
The student is expected to demonstrate greater independence and initiative
than is the case in 200level mathematics courses.
In particular, each student will be expected to
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 Math, Differential Equations, Equations

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