Math 53 Chaos!: Homework 2
due Thu Oct 6
. . . but best if do relevant questions after each lecture
Chapter 1 is such a lovely part of this book that here youre going to squeeze more out of it! Remember
to show your reasoning/working, try and explain proo
Math 53 Chaos!: Homework 3
due Thurs Oct 13
. . . but best if do relevant questions after each lecture
Although it looks like lots of questions this week, most of them are pretty fast (I believe. . . )
2.3 Please also state if the xed points are hyperboli
Math 53 Chaos!: Homework 4revised
due Fri Oct 21 at 5pm
. . . to give you a break after Midterm 1
The rst few (Thursdays material) are relevant to Midterm 1.
[Other than that for exam practice I suggest you write out denitions and the key theorems from Ch
Math 53 Chaos!: Homework 5
due Thurs Oct 27
Shorter one, leaving time, this week, for you to tell me your project choice / ideas (read through list on
website)
Challenge 3 : This shows the power of the Fixed Pt Thm and that a period p orbit permutes the p
Math 53 Chaos!: Homework 6
due Thurs Nov 3
. . . but best if do relevant questions after each lecture
Lots of Matlab, but much uses old or given chunks of code, and will help your projects. In last qu we go
to continuous-time; Sec. 7.1-7.2 in the book are
Math 53 Chaos!: Homework 7
due Thurs Nov 10
. . . but best if do relevant questions after each lecture
Shorter to let you get stuck into projects. (Please do!) This HW covers all remaining material for
Midterm 2, ie, up to and including Sec 7.5).
5.2
A. C
Math 53 Chaos!: Homework 1
due Thurs Sep 29
. . . but best if do relevant questions after each lecture
Please collaborate on ideas, but write up individually. If still stuck, come to oce hours or email me. Unless labelled A, B, etc, problems are from Alli