Chapter 4
Applications of First-order Differential Equations to Real World
Systems
4.1
Cooling/Warming Law
4.2
Population Growth and Decay
4.3
Radio-Active Decay and Carbon Dating
4.4
Mixture of Two Salt Solutions
4.5
Series Circuits
4.6
Survivability wit
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Chapter 11
Inferences for Regression Parameters
11.1 Simple Linear Regression (SLR) Model
This topic is covered in Chapter 2 (which we skipped). In these notes we are going to cover
sections 2.3 to 2.10 (which in a sense describe the relation between two
4.8 Phase Plane Analysis
4.9 Gershgorins Theorem
4.10 Pharmacokinetics Model
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Higher-order ordinary dierential
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Phase Plane and Critical Points
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Chapter 11
Phase-Plane Techniques
11.1
Plane Autonomous Systems
A plane autonomous system is a pair of simultaneous rst-order dierential equations,
x = f (x, y ),
y = g (x, y ).
This system has an equilibrium point (or xed point or critical point or singu
Ch 9.1: The Phase Plane: Linear Systems
There are many differential equations, especially nonlinear
ones, that are not susceptible to analytical solution in any
reasonably convenient manner.
Numerical methods provide one means of dealing with these
equati
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Ch 9.1: The Phase Plane: Linear Systems
There are many differential equations, especially nonlinear
ones, that are not susceptible to analytical solution in any
reasonably convenient manner.
Numerical methods provide one means of dealing with these
equati
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Second-order differential
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plane
1.1 Locate the equilibrium points and sketch the phase diagrams in their neighbourhood
for the following equations:
(i) x k x = 0.
(ii) x 8x x = 0.
(iii) x = k(|x | > 0), x = 0 (|x | < 1).
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quantity are required. Examples of such quantities are velocity, acceleration,
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