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MA 30300, Fall 2016

Course Description

Credit Hours: 3.00. This is a methods course for juniors in any branch of engineering and science, designed to follow MA 26200 or MA 26600. Materials to be covered are: linear systems of ordinary differential equations, nonlinear systems, Fourier series, separation of variables for partial differential equations, and Sturm-Liouville theory. Typically offered Fall Spring Summer.

Instructor Info.

Section Room Time Instructor Office
MA 30300 061 UNIV 101 7:30am TR Guo, Xiaoqin MATH 622
MA 30300 072 UNIV 119 11:30am MWF Zhang, Xiangxiong MATH 406
MA 30300 073 REC 302 10:30am TR Lipshitz, Leonard MATH 722
MA 30300 074 UNIV 101 9:00am TR Guo, Xiaoqin MATH 622
MA 30300 075 UNIV 119 10:30am MWF Zhang, Xiangxiong MATH 406
MA 30300 076 UNIV 219 3:00pm TR Hu, Jingwei MATH 416
MA 30300 078 REC 302 9:00am TR Lipshitz, Leonard MATH 722
MA 30300 079 UNIV 219 1:30pm TR Hu, Jingwei MATH 416

Course Materials

Section Type Title Author
ALL Other Alternative Option For Required Book Available through WebAssign - Students can either purchase the book + Webassign bundle listed OR they can access webassign (attend first class session for login details) and purchase the WebAssign or WebAssign + E-book bundle. Webassign access is required. Students can choose the option that best suits their needs for the textbook.
ALL Textbook Elementary Differential Equations and Boundary Value Problems 10e with WebAssign Plus 1 Semester Set (10) William E. Boyce

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