Derivatives
Call it easy if you will, this differentiation stuff looks like a lot of work to me. Is
there going to be a lot of it in the rest of the course?
It is a course in differential calculus.
Am I going to have to go through all that long calculatio
Non-homogeneous Linear Differential Equations
with Constant Coefficients
(continued)
By now you should be able to find one solution to (at least some) non-homogeneous
equations, but, as we've seen for the homogeneous case, we need a general solution to so
Differential Equations:
first steps
The time has come to learn to solve differential equations. What is a differential
equation? Simply an equation involving a derivative, Cw . Like, for example, Cw #B. And
what, exactly, is a solution? A solution is not,
Calculus and Differential Equations for Biology I
8 Quizzes and Topics for Coverage from Blackboard Notes and/or Textbook
Quiz# Date (tentative) Sections of Textbook and/or BB
Topics
1 Sept. 14
BB Notes 1-2
Hyperreal Numbers and Standard Parts
2 Sept. 22
Fall 2016
MATH 1251 Calculus and Differential Equations for Biology I
Instructor Name: David P. Lang
Office Location: 538 NIghtingale Hall
Office Hours: MWR 12:00 noon 1:15 pm, 3:00 4:15 pm
Email address: d.lang@neu.edu
Required Textbook:
Calculus & Its A
Implicit Differentiation
Here is the graph of
B# C# "
(*)
which you should recognize as
the circle of radius 1 centered
at the origin. Its a common
curve something you see every
day, familiarly referred to as
The Unit Circle. Notice that
although the curv
To Infinity and Beyond!
Here are our new numbers , they will be called Non-Standard Numbers and the old numbers
are called standard numbers.
Infinite numbers- These numbers are bigger in absolute value than any standard number
that is, the positive Infini