Final Exam
MATH 150: Introduction to Ordinary Differential Equations
27th May 2010
Answer ALL questions
Full mark: 100
Time: 16:30-18:30
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MATH150 Introduction to Dierential Equations
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26th May 2007
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MATH150 Introduction to Dierential Equations
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15th Dec 2004 Final Examination Solution (Version White)
Part I: Each correct answer in the answer box for the following 8 multiple choice questions is
worth 4 point. DO NOT guess wildly! If you do not ha
Math 150, L3, L4, Final Exam, Spring 2002
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24 May 2002
4:30p.m.|6:30p.m.
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1. A tank with a capacity of 800 gal originally contains 300 gal of water with 200
lb of salt in solution. Water con
Math 150
Introduction to Ordinary Dierential Equations
Final Examination
December 16, 4:30pm-7:30pm
Section A: Answer all questions from this section.
1. Consider a pond that initially contains 10 gal of fresh water. Water
containing an undesirable chemic
Math 150
Introduction to Ordinary Dierential Equations
Final Examination
Fall 2002
December 16, 4:30pm-7:30pm
Section A: Answer all questions from this section.
1. Consider a pond that initially contains 10 gal of fresh water. Water
containing an undesira
Math 150, Final Exam, Solutions, Spring 2001
1. Solve the following Euler's equation (8pts)
t2 y + 5ty + 13y = 0
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Solution.
t > 0:
0
Let
z = ln t:
Then
dy = dy dz = 1 dy d2y = 1 d2y ; dy :
dt dz dt t dz dt2 t2 dz2 dz
The equation becomes
d2y ; dy + 5 dy