MATH 131P: PRACTICE MIDTERM
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 2012
This is a closed book, closed notes, no calculators/computers exam.
There are 5 problems. Solve all of them. Write your solutions to Problems 1 and 2 in blue book
#1, and your solutions to Problems 3-
MATH 131P: PRACTICE FINAL
DECEMBER 12, 2012
This is a closed book, closed notes, no calculators/computers exam.
There are 6 problems. Write your solutions to Problems 1-3 in blue book #1, and your
solutions to Problems 4-6 in blue book #2 to facilitate gr
Math 131P Partial Dierential Equations I
Andrs Vasy, Autumn 2012: SYLLABUS, AS OF DECEMBER 8, 2012
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Mathematics 33
Homework Assignment #4
Due May 3
1. (p. 17, 1, 5 points). If the initial temperature of the rod were u(x; 0) = sin x; 0 x 1 and
if the BCs were u(0; t) = 0; u(1; t) = 0 what would be the behavior of the rod temperature u(x; t)
for later val
MATH 131P: PRACTICE FINAL SOLUTIONS
DECEMBER 12, 2012
This is a closed book, closed notes, no calculators/computers exam.
There are 6 problems. Write your solutions to Problems 1-3 in blue book #1, and your
solutions to Problems 4-6 in blue book #2 to fac
UBC Mathematics 257/316Assignment 9
Due in class on Tuesday 22 July 2014
Themes: Sturm-Liouville Eigenvalue Problems in PDE; Nonhomogeneous ODE Review
1. Consider the eigenvalue problem
(ODE)
x2 y 2xy + 2y + x2 y = 0,
(BC)
y(1) = 0,
1<x<2
y(2) = 0.
(a) Fi
Homework Set 1 SOLUTIONS (without turned in problems)
1. Partial dierential equations can be classied many ways. A second order linear PDE in two variables
is any function u(x, y) whose PDE can be expressed as:
Auxx + Buxy + CUyy + Dux + Euy + F u = G
whe