Math 309
Autumn 2015
Practice Final
December 2015
Time Limit: 1 hour, 50 minutes
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Math 309 C Winter 2015 Final
March 16, 2015
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Math 309 G Spring 2015 Final
June 11, 2015
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Fourier's Heat Conduction Equation:
History, Influences and Connections*
T N NARASIMHAN
Department of Materials Science and Mineral Engineering, Department of Environmental Science, Policy, and
Manage
Robert Osserman
Robert Osserman
Mathematical Sciences Research
Institute
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Berkeley, CA 94720 USA
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Keywords: Eero Saarinen, Gateway
Arch, catenary, parabola, weighted
catenary, R
Evolution of the Function Concept:
A Brief Survey
Israel Kleiner
Israel Kleiner received his Ph.D. in ring theory at McGill
University, and has been at York University for over twenty
years. He has be
Summer 2011, Math 309 C
Quiz 7
1. Suppose h : R2 R is a harmonic function. In polar coordinates you
found that h(1, ) = sin .
a) Is it possible that h is bounded (give a reason)?
b) What is h(0, 0)?
c
Summer 2011, Math 309 C
Quiz 4
1. Find the positive eigenvalues and the corresponding eigenfunctions
associated to the boundary value problem y + y = 0 with y (0) = 0 and
y (L) = 0. Show all work.
1
Summer 2011, Math 309 C
Quiz 5
1. Find the Fourier sine series for the function
f (x) =
1 :0x1
2 :1<x2
You do NOT need to write down the explicit odd extension.
1
Summer 2011, Math 309 C
Quiz 6
1. Consider a wave of length L = 20 that satises the wave equation
2u
u
9 2 = 2 on 0 < x < 20 and for t > 0. Assume the ends of the wave are
x
t
xed and that the wave i
Summer 2011, Math 309 C
Quiz 2
1. Let A be a (2 2) matrix with eigenvalues r1 = a + bi and r2 = c + di.
Fill in the following chart about the system of dierential equations x = Ax.
Assume A has two li
Summer 2011, Math 309 C
Quiz 1
011
1. a) Find the characteristic polynomial of A = 1 0 1 and check
110
that 1 and 2 are the roots to the polynomial.
b) Find a basis for the eigenspace corresponding to
Math 309C (Ward)
Final (60 Minutes)
August 19, 2011
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Math 309C (Ward)
Final (60 Minutes)
August 19, 2011
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Math 309C (Ward)
Midterm (60 Minutes)
July 18, 2011
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Summer 2011, Math 309 C
Quiz 7
1. Suppose h : R2 R is a harmonic function. In polar coordinates you
found that h(1, ) = sin .
a) Is it possible that h is bounded (give a reason)?
No. Every bounded har
Math 309C (Ward)
Midterm (60 Minutes)
July 18, 2011
DO NOT TURN THIS PAGE UNTIL INSTRUCTED TO BEGIN!
Instructions.
(1) Write your name on the line provided below these instructions.
(2) Your solutions