PDE - Orthogonal Expansions PDE on Bounded Domains PDE in...

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MATH 372-01: Spring 2010 Partial Differential Equations Instructor: Dr. Andrzej Kedzierawski Class time: Monday/ Wednesday/Friday 12 - 12:50 pm, Sturges 114 Office: 330 A South Hall Contact: Phone Office: 245-5479 Math Dept. Office: 245-5384 e-mail: kedziera@geneseo.edu Office Hours Monday/Wednesday 11:15 - 12 pm Friday 10:50 - 12 pm Additional hours available by appointment Textbook: Applied Partial Differential Equations, (second edition) by J. David Logan, Springer 2004 Technology : Webwork: http://webwork.geneseo.edu MIT Video Lectures: http://ocw.mit.edu/OcwWeb/Mathematics/18-085Fall-2008/VideoLectures/index.htm http://ocw.mit.edu/OcwWeb/Mathematics/18-086Spring-2006/VideoLectures/index.htm Matlab and/or Maple Course content: The Phisical Orgins of PDE ` PDE on Unbounded Domains
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Unformatted text preview: Orthogonal Expansions PDE on Bounded Domains PDE in the Life Sciences Evaluation: Quizzes/Labs/HW 100 points Three Exams (Feb. 8, March 8, April 12) 300 points Final Exam (Monday, May 10, 3:30 6:30 pm) 200 points 600 points Grading: 555 - 600 A 490 - 529 B 425 - 469 C 0 - 364 E 540 - 554 A- 480 - 489 B- 410 - 424 C- 530 - 539 B+ 470 - 479 C+ 365 - 409 D Notes: The purpose of "Office Hours" is for the instructor to be available for student inquiries. Please stop in! If you encounter trouble at any time during the semester, please seek help during office hours as soon as possible . Quizzes/Labs/HW can not be made up, one grade will be dropped. Make-up exams are given only in case of personal/family emergency, or if absence is excused by the instructor prior to the scheduled date of exam....
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