MTH 279
Ordinary Differential Equations
Chapter 6 are both Heaviside problems.)
HW Lebl 6.2: 101, 102 (TheseThe Laplace
Howell 26.2 f, 26.4 b, 26.6 a, b, 26.9 c
transform
6.2 problems are really of de
MTH 279
Ordinary Differential Equations
HW Lebl 6.1: 101 Hint: expandThe Laplace Hint: We
104
Chapter 6 (t + 1)2, 102, 103,than integration
will have a method for 103 and 104 that is easier
by parts.
MTH 279
Ordinary Differential Equations
HW Lebel 6.3: 101, 102, 103
Howell 27.2 a, b, c, 27.4 a, b, c, e, 27.5 a, b, c (integral solution
only, you may omit transfer function and impulse response
func
MTH 279
Ordinary Differential Equations
Chapter 3 Systems of ODEs
HW Lebl 3.4: 101, 102, 103, 104
3.4 Eigenvalue method
For more practice, OPTIONALLY do Schaums Solutions of Linear
Differential Equati
MTH 279
Ordinary Differential Equations
HW Lebl 2.4: 101, 102, 103
Howell 17.10, 17.11. You do not need to graph your solution.
Chapter 2 Higher order linear
ODEs
2.4 Mechanical vibrations
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MTH 279
Ordinary Differential Equations
HW Lebl 3.1 103
Lebl 3.3: 101, 102, 103, 104
Howell 36.9 a, b, e, h, 37.2
Chapter 3 Systems of ODEs
3.3 Linear systems of ODEs
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et c
MTH 279
Ordinary Differential Equations
HW Exercises 2.6: 101, 102, 103.
Chapter 2 Higher order linear
This section has some very important ideas, but the formulas
ODEs
involved are a bit too complica
MTH 279
Ordinary Differential Equations
Chapter 1 First order ODEs
1.7 Numerical methods: Eulers
method
HW Lebl 1.7: 101, 102, 103. You should make a spreadsheet
which will allow you to easily do thes
MTH 279
Ordinary Differential Equations
HW Lebl 1.2: 101, 102, 103. Exercise 101 specifically asks for the
sketch of a slope field. Experimenting with slope fields may be
helpful for exercises 102 and
MTH 279
Ordinary Differential Equations
HW Lebl 1.1: 101, 102, 103, 104; Howell 2.3 a-I, 2.6 a, b
Chapter 1 First order ODEs
1.1 Integrals as Solutions
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