Note - Labs start in the second week of classes, i.e. the week of Sept. 9.
Lab format Each lab consists of two parts:
Part I Examples. The TA will do examples on the board.
Part II Quiz. The TA will write the questions on the board. You must s
MTH 309 Final Exam
1. (10 pts.) A 2 kg mass is attached to the lower end of a vertical weightless spring hanging
from a rigid ceiling. The spring constant is 26 N/m. After reaching its equilibrium position, the mass is
displaced 1 m below equilibrium and
Department of Mathematics
MTH309 Differential Equations - Fall 2013
INSTRUCTOR: J. P. Pascal
OFFICE: ENG 227
TELEPHONE: 979-5000, x. 4872
OFFICE HOURS: TBA
COURSE WEBSITE: the MTH309 Blackboard webpage. Studen
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3. Separable dierential Equations
A dierential equation of the form
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September 8, 2010
4. Some Applications of rst order linear differential Equations
The modeling problem
There are several steps required for modeling scientic
1. Data collection (experimentation)
Given a certain physical system, one has to ru
September 13, 2010
5. Exact Equations, Integrating Factors, and
A region D in the plane is a connected open set. That
is, a subset which cannot be decomposed into two nonempty disjoint open subsets.
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February 2, 2009
7. Some Special Second Order Equations
There are certain second order dierential equations, even
non-linear, which reduce to rst order equations. We will
describe some of these now.
y = f (x, y ).
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February 8, 2009
10. Particular Solutions of Non-homogeneous
second order equationsVariation of Parameters
As above, we consider the second order dierential equation
L(y) = y + p(t)y + q(t)y = g(t)
where p, q, g are continuous functions in an int
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MTH 309 Final Exam F11.
1. (10 pts.) A 1 kg mass is attached to the lower end of a vertical weightless spring hanging from a
rigid ceiling. The spring constant is 40 N/m. After reaching its equilibrium position, the mass is diSplaced
1 m below equilibrium
Department of Mathematics
MTH 309 Fall 2006 Midterm Test
Instructors: Katrin Rohlf and J.P. Pascal
Date: October 17, 2006
Duration: 60 minutes
The use of notes, books or calculators is not allowed. This exam contains
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