|Meeting Time||MWF, 9:00—9:50|
|Meeting Room||CHVEZ 109|
|Instructor||Professor Marek Rychlik|
|Personnel||Day(s) of the Week||Hour||Room||Comment|
|Marek Rychlik||M||10:00am—11:00am||Mathematics 220||Math Upper-Division Tutoring|
|Marek Rychlik||M||2:15pm—3:15pm||Mathematics 605||Regular Office Hours in my office|
|Marek Rychlik||W||10:20—11:20||Mathematics 605||Regular Office Hours in my office|
|Stan Swierczek (Teaching Assistant)||Tu||3:30—4:30||ENR2 N270BB||Office Hours|
Advanced Engineering Mathematics, Tenth Edition, Erwin Kreyszig, Wiley, required.
Homework is assigned throughout the semester. Two types of homework will be assigned:
Homework, class attendance and class participation are evaluated as follows.
|1||Aug 21—Aug 25||Complex numbers and their polar form. Exponentials, trig functions, logarithm.||13.1, 13.2, 13.5|
|2||Aug 28—Sep 1||Exponentials, trig functions, logarithm. Matrices, vectors.||13.6, 13.7|
|3||Sep 4||Labor Day - no class.|
|3||Sep 6—Sep 8||Exponentials, trig functions, logarithm. Matrices, vectors.||13.7, 7.1|
|4||Sep 11||Review for Midterm 1.|
|4||Sep 13||Midterm 1.|
|4||Sep 15||Matrices, vectors.||7.1|
|5||Sep 18—Sep 22||Matrix multiplication. Gaussian elimination.||7.2, 7.3|
|6||Sep 25—Sep 30||Linear independence and solution spaces.||7.4, 7.5|
|7||Oct 2—Oct 6||Determinant and inverse of a matrix.||7.7, 7.8|
|8||Oct 9—Oct 13||Eigenvalues.||8.1|
|9||Oct 16||Review for Midterm 2.|
|9||Oct 18||Midterm 2.|
|9||Oct 20||Linear ODE. Solution space for homogenous equation. Linear independence of functions. Fundamental system of solutions.||3.1, 3.2|
|10||Oct 23—Oct 27||Linear ODE. Wronskian test. Construction of solutions for homogenous systems. Characteristic equation. Solution when all roots are simple.||3.2|
|11||Oct 31—Nov 3||Solution when there are multiple roots. Solution when there are complex roots. Non-homogenous equations.||3.3|
|12||Nov 6||Non-homogenous equations. Variation of parameters.||3.3|
|12||Nov 8||Veteran's day - no class.|
|12||Nov 10||Systems of linear ODE.||4.2, 4.3|
|13||Nov 13—Nov 17||Fourier series and wave equation. Heat equation. Fourier transform. Heat equation on the line.||12.3, 11.1, 11.2, 11.5|
|14||Nov 20—Nov 24||Fourier series and wave equation. Heat equation. Fourier transform. Heat equation on the line.||12.6, 11.9, 12.7|
|15||Nov 27||Review for Midterm 3.|
|15||Nov 30||Midterm 3.|
|15||Dec 1||Optional topics. Review before the Final Exam.|
|16||Dec 4—Dec 6||Optional topics. Review before Final Exam.|
|Finals Week||Dec 12 (Tuesday)||Final Exam, 10:30 pm - 12:30 pm (regular room).|
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Students who miss the first two class meetings will be administratively dropped unless they have made other arrangements with the instructor.
Students are expected to be present for all exams. If a verifiable emergency arises which prevents you from taking an in-class exam at the regularly scheduled time, the instructor must be notified as soon as possible, and in any case, prior to the next regularly scheduled class. Make-up exams and quizzes will be administered only at the discretion of the instructor and only under extreme circumstances. If a student is allowed to make up a missed exam, (s)he must take it at a mutually arranged time. No further opportunities will be extended. Failure to contact your instructor as stated above or inability to produce sufficient evidence of a real emergency will result in a grade of zero on the exam. Other remedies, such as adjusting credit for other exams, may be considered.
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It is the University's goal that learning experiences be as accessible as possible. If you anticipate or experience physical or academic barriers based on disability, please let me know immediately so that we can discuss options. You are also welcome to contact Disability Resources 520-621-3268 to establish reasonable accommodations.
Please be aware that the accessible table and chairs in this room should remain available for students who find that standard classroom seating is not usable.
The grade of "I" will be awarded if all of the following conditions are met:
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