Intro DE Syllabus (HUT) 150909 (Outcome)

Intro DE Syllabus - HCM UT HCM NU Faculty of Applied Science Department of Math Applied Ho Chi Minh City 18 December 2008 Syllabus M ATH 385 INTRO

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HCM UT – HCM NU Ho Chi Minh City, 18 December 2008 P Đ T, M u 2005- Đ C Tr.1/1 Faculty of Applied Science Department of Math Applied Syllabus MATH 385 – INTRO DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS Credit : 3 (2.1.5) Class Hours 42 Theory: 28 Exercises: 14 Consultation: 1 class hours per week par TA Overall Grade : Midterm exam 20% Writeen (45') Homework 30% Writeen (Class Test + Assignment) Final exam 50% Writeen exam (90’) Course outline: This course is an introduction to differential equations. It is intended to engineering students and others who require a working knowledge of differential equations. Topics to be covered include techniques for solving and applications of ordinary differential equations and an introduction to partial differential equations, seperation of variables and Fourier series. The focus will be on understanding the solving techniques and the physical meaning of the equations and their solutions, and not on rigorous profs. Textbook: Temporary: Photocopy + Ebook [1] Edwards and Penney, Differential equations and boundary value problems , 3 rd Edition, 2004, Pearson Education [2] Boyce and DiPrima, Elementary Differential Equations
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