MATH 215 -- Elementary Differential Equations I/ MATH 255 -- Ordinary Differential Equations Session: 2011W Term 1 (Sept.

-Dec. 2011)

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Pre-requisite: Mathematics 101 (integral calculus) or equivalent Co-requisites (crucial): Mathematics 200 or 253 (multivariable calculus) or equivalent; Mathematics 221 or 152 (linear algebra) or equivalent Textbook: Boyce & DiPrima, Elementary Differential Equations and Boundary Value Problems, 9th Edition (2008)

SECTIONS:

Section 101: MWF 8-9am, Room: LSK 201; instructor: Ignacio Rozada, LSK 306 rozada@math.ubc.ca Section 102: MWF 9-10am, Room: Wood 4; instructor Li, Yue Xian, MATX 102, yxli@math.ubc.ca Section 103: MWF 1-2pm, Room: LSK 200; instructor: Akos Magyar, Math 229E, magyar@math.ubc.ca Section 104: MWF 1-2pm, Room: DMP 110; instructor: Jun Kitagawa, kitagawa@math.ubc.ca Section 105: MWF 9-10am, Room: CHEM D200; instructor: Deniz Karli, MATX 1103 deniz.karli@math.ubc.ca

GRADING: Your final grade will be based on your Term mark (50%) and common Final Exam (50%) for all sections. You must have a passing Term mark and pass the Final Exam to pass this course. No notes, books or calculators will be allowed for the Midterms or the Final Exam. Midterms: There will be two Midterms approximately based on weeks 1-4 and weeks 4-9. See you Section's website for the exact time and location of your Midterms. The Midterms will worth approximately 40% of your overall grade. See your Section for details.

16th 2. 8. p. linear and nonlinear. linear independence. 32. Due: Sept. 2. homogeneous equations. separable equations. Introduction 1. 23rd III. Week of September 7 cont’d: solution of linear ODE. general solution. Problems to be handed-in may be selected from the indicated Suggested Problems. applications Reading: 2. 28.24: 18. 11. 23.99: 13. 21. Week of September 7: what is a DE.SUGGESTED PROBLEMS Problem Assignments: due each week at the beginning of the Friday class.4. existence and uniqueness.47: 1.59: 8. 32. p. 13.75: 3. 30th 4. Week of September 19: linear operator. Suggested Problems: p. particular solution Reading: Chapter 1. 9. 18.15: 1(a). 6. p. 28. 2. 17. Week of September 12: existence and uniqueness. 22. 24. p. 2.2. 3. 17. 20.Policies: Missing a midterm or an assignment will normally result in a mark of zero. the instructor must be notified as soon as possible (preferably before the test). order. 9.1 Suggested Problems: p.39: 5. solution. 4.144: 1. 3.2.88: 15. 25.6. 18. 10. 34.155: 1.1. 24. I. linear non-homogeneous equation Reading: 3. 20. 15. 13. integrating factors. II. 30. 16. Due: Sept. double . Week of September 26: Wronskians and linear independence (fundamental set of solutions). Second order linear equations 3. direction field Reading: 2. symmetry. p. In the latter case. 27.5 Suggested Problems: p. linear homogeneous equation. 2. and presented with a doctor’s note immediately upon the student’s return to UBC. First order equations 1. p. Exceptions may be granted in two cases: prior consent of the instructor or a medical emergency. constant coefficient linear homogeneous equations (characteristic equation: real roots.3. Due: Sept. 46. COURSE OUTLINE . Suggested Problems: p. Some (but not all) of the problems handed-in will be marked and handed back. 51. 14. 2.

17. 14. 7.328: 13. 9. 28. p. Systems of first order linear equations 8. 32.409: 1.171: 1. 17. 17. Reading: 9. p.2-3. 18. 16. Due: Oct. 28. 8. 21. 30. p. Week of October 24: homogeneous case Reading: 7. 5.189: 1. 3. 5.1. 29. 30. 25.5. 29. applications to electrical circuits and mechanical vibrations Reading: 3.494: 1(a-c). 7.428: 1. p.350: 1.b).320: 2. 34. 9. 14. 13. 28.9 Suggested Problems: p. 23. . 24. 15. 19.8 Suggested Problems: p. p. 37. 29.8 Suggested Problems: p. solution of initial value problems. Week of November 7: Midterm II introduction. 23. 27(a. 20.6.398: 1.506: 1. 7. complex roots). 19. 28. 25. 21. p. 22. 32. 26.215: 1. 15.439: 1. p. linear non-homogeneous equation (method of undetermined coefficients when the homogeneous equations has constant coefficients) Reading: 3. Nonlinear systems 10. 26. 7. V. 6.6-3. 20. 17. 33.1-6.202: 5. Reading: 6.5 Suggested Problems: p.roots. Reading: 6. 27. 29.2 Suggested Problems: p.4 Suggested Problems: p. impulse functions.5. 20. 29. 19. p. 30. 34.163: 2. Week of October 3: Midterm I. 7th 5. p. convolutions. 17.336: 1.311: 5. Week of October 31: non-homogeneous case Reading: 7. linear non-homogeneous equation (method of variation of parameters). p. 29. 10. 11. 7. 3. 21. 33. Week of October 10: definition and examples.343: 1.183: 1. IV. 6.6 Suggested Problems: p. 21. The Laplace transform 6. VI. p. 25. Week of October 17: discontinuous functions.

. Week of November 14: example of simple pendulum Reading: 9. 19. Review or catch-up 13.5 Suggested Problems: p.11. 22. physical examples VII. 12. 21. The Final Exam schedule will be available mid October. Week of November 28: may be used for lectures to catch-up on schedule otherwise for review Further information • • • Here you can look at Past Final Exams. The last day of withdrawal with a mark W is October 14th. 27. linearization. Week of November 21: critical points.516: 1-6.3-9.