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334M1SyllabusF11 - MATH 334 Section 001 Ordinary Dierential...

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MATH 334 - Section 001 Ordinary Differential Equation Syllabus - Fall 2011 Professor: Dr. Bakker Office: 366 TMCB Office Phone: 801 422-5882 Email: [email protected] Office Hours: TBA Texts: Elementary Differential Equations 9th Ed. By Boyce and DiPrima Course Meeting: Lecture 9:00 - 9:50 MWF 115 MCKB, Optional Recitation 1:00 - 2:50 Tues. and Thurs. in 3104 JKB Course Description: In this course, you will learn the methods and theory of ordinary differential equations which provide a foundation for further study in math, science, and engineering. Course Web Page: This syllabus, the lecture/homework/exam schedule, and the outcome statements (or study guide) are posted on math.byu.edu/ bakker. Please download copies of these for your reference. Outcome Statements: Please study the outcome statements carefully in preparation for exams. Also in the outcome statements are hints and further instructions for some of the assigned homework problems. Homework: Homework will be in two parts: written and online. A list of the assigned written homework problems is located in the lecture/homework/exam schedule. You are encouraged to work with other students in the class by discussing these problems. However, the assign- ment that you hand in should be your own work; i.e., when you write up a problem you should not look at anyone else’s work (copying does constitute cheating!). These written assignments are due in the wall box
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