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De La Salle University – Dasmariñas

College of Engineering, Architecture, and Technology

Electronics Engineering Program

In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Subject

ENGM316 - Differential Equations with Engineering Applications


Submitted By:
Valle, Mark Lloyd A.

Submitted To:
Engr. Joshua Hernandez

Date Submitted:
December 14, 2017
Message from the Instructor

I want to congratulate you for reaching this far. Like any Engineering subject, Differential Equations with
Engineering Applications is a really tough one. Sleepless nights, worn and tired hands, and exhausted minds you
might have experienced these to get to this point. So why quit? Do not let failures pull you down. Trust God and His
will. Have faith that through Christ you can do all things (Philippians 4:13)! I have big faith that through your good and
consistent study habits you will overcome and achieve more!

“Even those who are young grow weak; young people can fall exhausted. But those who TRUST in the Lord for help will find their strength
renewed. They will rise on wings like eagles; they will run and not get weary; they will walk and not grow weak.
~ Isaiah 40:30-31 GNT

Thank you for a nice semester. Hope you all learned a lot.

All the Best,

Engr. Joshua Hernandez


First of all I want to thank you sir for the guidance and patience to teach us. Even though you are tired because of your
schedule yet you manage to have patience and discipline to teach us. This is my second take in Differential Equation in
this sem I learned a lot of new formulas new techniques and more information than in summer term. Thank you for
being a whole package professor to us you teach life lessons to us and teach bible verses. We are so grateful to have
you not just a professor, a friend, authority and guide. In our time of class I get tired of coming in your class, but the
way you teach, the way you treat your students and not giving pressure in every class I kept engaged and coming to
your class. Thank you for teaching us many different ways of solving those problems, thank you for making the lesson
relevant with every new lesson or term you explained, you gave a current real –life example. Thank you for telling us
that no matter what happen, if you want your course do not give up, if you failed, retake until you passed. Thank you
for everything sir that you’ve done for us I hope I see you in my classes next sem. Merry Christmas and happy new year
godbless po!

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Mark Lloyd A. Valle
Blk5 lot 35 Sunnydale Garden Bucandala 5 Imus City, Cavite

Personal profile:
I am a fourth year Electrical engineering student at the De LaSalle University – Dasmarinas. I have developed my skills in analytical and
leadership skills through my degree. My goal is to gain fundamental experience in my area of interest and expertise.

 Grade1 – Grade 6: Maranatha Christian Academy (2004 – 2010)
High School
 First year – Fourth year: Josiah Christian Values Academy (2010 – 2014)
 BS Electrical Engineering: De LaSalle University – Dasmarinas (2014 – present)

Additional Skills and Interests

 Linguistic – can speak confidently in English and Tagalog.
 Fiddling – can repair some gadgets because of my course.
 Team player – Ability to work as part of a team.
 Creative thinking – can practice thinking outside the box.

Seminars Attended:
 Semiconductor failure analysis and electrostatic discharge seminar (SEIPI)
 Regional Council of Student Chapter of Institute of Integrated Electrical Engineers (IIEE)
 7th IIEE– CSC– Cavite EElympics