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MA 36600, Spring 2011

Course Description

Credit Hours: 4.00. An introduction to ordinary differential equations with emphasis on problem solving and applications. The one-hour computer lab will give students an opportunity for hands-on experience with both the theory and applications of the subject. Typically offered Spring Fall.

Instructor Info.

Section Room Time Instructor Office
MA 36600 001 REC 114 10:30am MWF Penney, Richard MATH 822
MA 36600 002 UNIV 201 2:30pm MWF Barton, Ariel MATH 726
MA 36600 003 UNIV 219 3:30pm MWF Barton, Ariel MATH 726
MA 36600 004 SC 277 2:30pm T Haengel, Eric No Office
MA 36600 005 SC 277 1:30pm T Sewell, Megan No Office
MA 36600 006 SC 277 3:30pm T Ostberg, Colin No Office
MA 36600 007 SC 277 4:30pm T Kashiwa, Akira No Office

Course Materials

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