Math 246, Spring 2009, Professor Levermore
Numerical Methods
For many first order differential equations analytic methods are either difficult or
impossible to apply. If one is interested in understan
Closed book. One page of notes. I
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1. Use series around x = 0 to solve:
a) y - 4 y = O; b) XA2y + xy + (XAZ - 9/4)y = 0.
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LEARNED IN CLASS OR FROM THE WORKSHEETS TO RECEIVE FULL CREDIT.
CALCULATORS ARE PERMITTED. g .
100 pt. total .,
1. (16 pts) Differenti
2 I Show all work. No credit will be given for unsupported answers. Circle your
answers. No calculators allowed. Staple this sheet to the top of your Exam.
1. [14 pts] Find the eigenvalues and the cor
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1. (20 points). Find constants A, B, C and D so that the plane containing the point (2,3,5)
and spanned by 171 : (2, 1,0) and 32 : (1, 3, 4) has the equation
Ax + By + Oz : D.
The normal vector for
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1. Let f(x) = x"2 for O < x < 3 and have period 3.
a) Sketch the graph of f for 6 < x < 6. r
b) Can f be represented by a