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# StudyGuide2 - MATH 2271 Dierential Equations for Scientists...

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MATH 2271 Differential Equations for Scientists and Engineers Winter 2009 April 29, 2009 Midterm 3 Study Guide Midterm 3 will be based on Chapter 4 and part of Chapter 5 in the text. Note that Chapter 4 is an extension to higher order equations of the methods developed earlier for second order equations. Although Section 4.1 was part of the material covered by Midterm 2, you need to understand this section thoroughly for Midterm 3 also. Chapter 4: Linear, n th order ODEs 1. General theory, as covered in Midterm 2 (Section 4.1) 2. Homogeneous, constant coefficient equations. You need to know how to write down the general solution according to the factorization of the operator, taking into account the various possible cases: repeated roots, complex roots, etc. (Section 4.2) 3. Undetermined coefficients as a method to solve certain inhomogeneous, con-
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• Equations, Elementary algebra, Heterogeneity, Complex number, Homogeneity

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